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Chris Cagle Explains What Happened at Stagecoach 2014

Cagleheads at Stagecoach earlier this year were a little disappointed when their favorite act had his set unceremoniously cut off in the middle of one of his most popular songs. 519 more words


Stagecoach (Manby) Hot Springs

Dearest Mickey,

Relaxing in a hot spring is on my official bucket list, so I had to hike to one of two in the Taos area. 104 more words


Stagecoach Gallop

I like to grab my guitar fingerpicking some Western patterns…

guitar music and drawing inspired by David Haggard and his upload to flickr.com:

click on the picture to enter the galleries of David Haggard…


Crimes against poetry

There is a wonderful story about the famous stagecoach robber Black Bart.  An unlikely western folk hero, he hated horses and carried out his robberies on foot. 302 more words


Wretched Richard's Almanac: November 3, 1883

All this gold was just too much of a temptation for some folks, transplanted New Yorker Charles Boles being one such tempted soul.  Read more.


November 3, 1883: Stagecoach Poetica

The California Gold Rush was in full swing by the latter half of the 19th century. Stagecoaches and Wells Fargo wagons were hauling gold out of… 415 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

The Castle Inn, Bodiam

Imagine October 1066 and King Harold’s Army on their way to fight the battle, against Duke William of Normandy, that would become known as the Battle of Hastings. 420 more words

1066 Harold's Way