Tuesday, October 24, 2006

October 24, 2006 Bonus Blog
It's still trying to rain here, but so far, nothing but light sprinkles. Steve Lodge tells me they got hit in southern Cal, with the same storm, but they weren't expecting it.

We've got a new poll up: Do you think Larry McMurtry's the greatest living Western author? Vote here.

I had Robert Ray help me re-scan the cavalry photo at a higher dpi, then reduce it for web usage. Jim Hatzell still swears he can see guidons near the back of the column, but I think what he's seeing are spots on the photo. Here is a closup of that area:

Meanwhile, Gus Walker, The Mapinator, wonders if the dark line behind the lead horses is a fort. It certainly is man made, and appears to be a line of tents, corrals, or buildings of some sort. Whatever it is, it changes the caption that the troops are coming back from an Indian campaign. It looks more like a photographer showed up and said, "Can I get a shot of you riding in formation like you're coming back from a hard fought campaign? Oh, and one more thing: please hide the guidons. I want to mess with future generations heads."

"Seeing is believing."
—Old Vaquero Saying

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