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Margaret-Anne Moore commented on Bob Boze Bell's blog post Weston Loves Wheels
"About Robin. Like I said in my memorial blog, it seems that many of the great "clowns" seemed to be always crying inside even while they were making the rest of us laugh our heads off. And look at his career. It serms that some of his work…"
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Margaret-Anne Moore commented on Bob Boze Bell's blog post Weston Loves Wheels
"About Weston and Wheels: LIKE FATHER LIKE SON and in this case LIKE GRANDFATHER LIKE GRANDSON!"
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Ed Wager commented on Bob Boze Bell's blog post Weston Loves Wheels
" But our minds won't really be blownLike the blow that'll getchaWhen you get your pictureOn the cover of the Rollin' Stone - Shel Silverstein"
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Stan H commented on Bob Boze Bell's blog post Snow Riders & Motorcycle Dismounting No Nos
"One of my favorites is "Hard Winter" by W.H.D. Koerner:   I even wrote a poem about it.   Re; motorcycles, I did a "High Side" on a Triumph Bonnieville on Hwy 101,, left most of it there,, and part of me…"
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Edward M Sullens commented on Bob Boze Bell's blog post Snow Riders & Motorcycle Dismounting No Nos
"Like the snowrider!! The horse's breath in the cold air is awesome. Looks like the fella doin the "endo" is riding an Indian, judging by the front fender. I've seen a fella do that before. He went off the shoulder and into a…"
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anthony martin commented on Bob Boze Bell's blog post Real Live Beehives & Outlaw Gifts, Part II
" Those are actually pretty moderate beehive do's.I remember some really towering conehead jobs that were both silly and intimidating to a six year old boy!"

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Weston Loves Wheels

September 18, 2014

   Big clouds yesterday but no rain to speak of at our house. We did get part of a rainbow:

Ratcliff Ridge Rainbow, 6 pm, September 17, 2014

   Heading out for lunch today with this little guy:…


Posted on September 18, 2014 at 11:20am — 4 Comments

Snow Riders & Motorcycle Dismounting No Nos

September 17, 2014

   Got up this morning and whipped out a little study of a snow rider heading back to the ranch:

Daily Whipout: "Snow Rider Study, No. 2"

I also got crazy with the paint and whipped out this little…


Posted on September 17, 2014 at 4:19pm — 2 Comments

Real Live Beehives & Outlaw Gifts, Part II

September 16, 2014

   Here's  another photo of Jennie Torres, back in the day when giant beehives roamed the earth.

Beehives In The Wind Inspiration

   I actually dated half the people in this photo. Meanwhile, went home for lunch and…


Posted on September 16, 2014 at 4:00pm — 1 Comment

Seven Sisters Sunset & Outlaw Christmas

September 16, 2014

   Big, dramatic skies last night. This is a view to the west of the Triple B Ranch:

Seven Sisters Sunset

   Took a first pass at the Outlaw Holiday Gift Guide this morning:…


Posted on September 16, 2014 at 11:46am — 4 Comments

BBB On Channel 3

September 15, 2014

   Without further ado, here is a link to the TV appearance last Saturday on Channel 3:

BBB On Channel 3

   Notice how groovy the retractable pop-up banner looks between us. Really dressed up the scene. My only regret is when he asked me if I was doing anything on the book "today or tomorrow." I…


Posted on September 15, 2014 at 4:05pm — 2 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:

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!
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,
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.
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


Rob ( AKA Bat)

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