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Great outfit, and those look like the boots you recommended to me. I was just in Tombstone a couple of weeks ago while touring central and southern New Mexico and Arizona. If I weren't so deeply rooted in Atlanta, I'd move to New Mexico.
Yep they are the same boots, also we like NM specially Lincoln area. Ruiduso would be my base
My first trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1995 resulted in my complete and total love for western art, which is what I do full-time now. I grew up watching every cowboy show on TV, and now I get to enjoy it all over again.... and even get paid for it. Last NM visit made me think that Madrid might be a good place. Just close enough to both, Santa Fe and Albuquerque. I'm lucky as can be that the country's largest collection of western art is just an hour from my house near Atlanta. Lucky too that they liked my work enough to want a piece. Festivals there bring like-minded people together. Now I'm buying the clothing.
Hi Bat......I remember that outfit. That was a fun weekend, I'm really glad you were there. It was nice to spend some time you you in old Tombstone.
Hi Kevin it was good days indeed. We have not returned to T'stone since, but looking forward to visiting again. We tune into Tombstone webcam most weekends so to see the place live!
Hi Micheal last time we went to NM, I tried to find the film set where 3.10 to Yuma & Appaloosa were made but unfortunatley failed. We left Albuquerque toward Sante Fe and put info into GPS and went along many lanes to no where!
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