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Edward M Sullens commented on Bob Boze Bell's blog post Five Daily Whip Outs (thanks to Foothills Plumbing)
"B.B.B.!! The frowner looks like he's waiting for somebody!! And I think his intentions towards that individual's health and welfare are not necessarily in that person's best interest!!"
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"Billy is "the outlaw of our dreams." Even if he did not survive Fort Sumner, many of us would hope that he did because he was.not the villain he had been made out to be nor was he as deadly as was stated--"TWENTY-ONE MEN HE PUT…"
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Five Daily Whip Outs (thanks to Foothills Plumbing)

January 29, 2015

   Went home for lunch and waited for the water heater repairman. Had an apple and a tortilla and decided to do some sketches while I waited:

Daily Whip Out: "The Frowner"…

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Posted on January 29, 2015 at 3:21pm — 1 Comment

The Outlaw of Our Dreams

January 29, 2015

   Found an old T-shirt design in my studio this morning. it had the germ of a good idea: an homage to Paul Andrew Hutton's famous Billy the Kid line: "...the outlaw of our dreams—forever free, forever young, forever riding." Took another pass at the image to try and capture him in the sky. Whipped this out before I came into work.…

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Posted on January 29, 2015 at 11:26am — 4 Comments

The Outlaw of Our Dreams

January 29, 2015

   Found an old T-shirt design in my studio this morning. it had the germ of a good idea: an homage to Paul Andrew Hutton's famous Billy the Kid line: "...the outlaw of our dreams—forever free, forever young, forever riding." Took another pass at the image to try and capture him in the sky. Whipped this out before I came into work.…

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Posted on January 29, 2015 at 11:26am

The Outlaw of Our Dreams

January 29, 2015

   Found an old T-shirt design in my studio this morning. it had the germ of a good idea: an homage to Paul Andrew Hutton's famous Billy the Kid line: "...the outlaw of our dreams—forever free, forever young, forever riding." Took another pass at the image to try and capture him in the sky. Whipped this out before I came into work.…

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Posted on January 29, 2015 at 11:26am

The History of True West Moments

January 28, 2015

   Got a new book in the mail yesterday: "Ridin', Ropin' & Recipies" by the legendary Arizona cowgirl Nancy Sheppard. It is a hoot and a half! Full disclosure: she features "The Guess Girls Cowboy Beans" which is my mother's and her mother's and her four sister's recipe. The names in the book are worth the price ($25), including recipes from Clyda, Boog, Tuff, Dally, Beldora, Skeeter, Dixee, Jinx and Cotton, among others. You can't make up better…

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Posted on January 28, 2015 at 12:00pm — 7 Comments

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At 1:43pm on December 9, 2008, Bob Boze Bell said…
Just came back from lunch with the creative crew: Robert, Abby and Meghan. We decided we needed to Ning it, so here I am. Where are you?
At 7:55am on December 30, 2008, XkimpunkrockX said…
Bob thanks for the invite to this site!!!
The Western's Channel is my favorite channel besides Turner Classic Movies. I love all the interstitial pieces you have done. I did one for Turner Classic Movies a few years ago. The Channel needs to use you more. Those pieces really make the channel more than just a movie channel. Now when I hear the word "tony" in an old western or book, I know what that means.

You can watch the TCM video about me here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7rYREBMzDQ

Thanks again for the invite to this site! I am looking forward to posting here and learning new stuff about the old west!

Happy New Year!
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kim
At 11:14am on December 30, 2008, Robert J. Miller said…
Bob, thanks for the invite from my little corner of the world, Nampoo poo, Idaho You have to live here to understand that name I've given Nampa. Cheers!
At 12:40pm on December 30, 2008, Wade Dillon said…
Thank you for the invitation, Mr. Bell. I am highly looking forward to the efforts being made to restore Alamo Plaza and other historical sites in the country.

All the best,
Wade
At 4:35am on December 31, 2008, Flatiron said…
Bob...........Thanks for the invite. Having lived in the West almost my entire life, I too, have a true love of the old West. My wife and I watch mostly classic westerns instead of the drivel that modern TV promotes. This is my first post, and I'm not familiar, yet, with the website, but will keep tuned in to see what's happening..
At 3:23pm on December 31, 2008, Joe Frankland said…
I don't know whose idea this website was, but I'm gonna give you credit. I'll leave it up to you to pass it along to the right person or just take it for yourself. Thanks, man. Great website! As soon as all this snow melts, I'll start gathering pictures of every ghost town and point of interest in the state of Montana.
At 6:01pm on December 31, 2008, Willie T. said…
I concur sir.
At 8:40pm on December 31, 2008, Conni said…
Hi Bob,
I'm still looking for information on Commodore Perry Owens wife
Elizabeth Barrett she died Apr. 1945 in San Diego, California and was buried in Greenwood Cem. there but so far cant get a picture of her stone if she even has one. Any suggestions ? I have a couple pictures of her and then the ones of C.P.
Thanks,
Conni
At 2:46pm on January 2, 2009, Rory McClain said…
Bob,I would like to take this opportunity to say ,many thanks for the invite,,turned out there was a site made for me,looking forward to enjoying all it has to offer,,,Rory,,,
At 7:12pm on January 3, 2009, Bat said…
Hi Bob, its your far flying friends from the other side the pond. Just got the new 2009 source book GREAT as always never fails to rise the bar for information

Regards

Rob ( AKA Bat)

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