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James Garner: Hour of the Gun

Hour Of The Gun opens on the streets of a western town, deserted except for some men with guns. The two groups of men appear to be headed for the same destination, a vacant lot surrounded by fencing. 1,376 more words

Some things take time.

It’s good to take the opportunities you find yourself presented with to face your fears. Even if it takes a bit of time to get past it. 46 more words

Tori Douglas: Play-write!

I got just a bit out of my wheelhouse lately and wrote a play! It will be performed by the Tombstone Repertory Company, under my direction this October. 78 more words

The Writing Life

The Ray Bradbury Noun List Twist

Better late than never I suppose.  This was yesterday’s Daily Prompt.  I chose my five nouns:

tombstone, camper van, wedding, river, thunderstorm

and got to work.   919 more words

My Western Trip Part~12

A Slice of Life

Bill Lites


After lunch, I headed south to visit the city of Tombstone, a historic western town in Cochise County, Arizona, founded in 1879 in what was then Arizona Territory. 448 more words

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Grizzly Lake and Twin Lake Viewpoint - Tombstone

Following a pleasant night’s stay at the roadside campground in Tombstone, we had an early start for our backpack into the Grizzly Lake campsite. Despite the park ranger telling us that ‘most people take 8-10 hours to hike in to Grizzly Lake’ we arrived around 3pm, just in time to pitch the tent before the rain started. 237 more words