March 23, 2010
If the response from Festival of the West, and my mailbox is any indication, Mike Guli of River Crossing Inc is going to be a very busy boy.
Mike is the one who custom made my Range Rider pullover:
Which I wore on Saturday at the Festival. Lots and lots of comments. You can order your own shirt from Mike at River Crossing Inc
Got a xeroxed page from a book in the mail today called "Shooting Stars of the Small Screen" by Douglas Brode (2009), with the following sentence highlighted:
"The fringe on Range Rider's buckskin jacket rates as the longest ever seen on TV."
"—and that's about the long and short of it."
—Dick Horner, The Villages, Florida
Watched the second installment of HBO's The Pacific last night. Wow! What a great show. Glad I lived to see it.
Also, caught Elmore Leonard's new show Justified, starring Timothy Oliphant (Deadwood) as a U.S. Marshall assigned to a hick town in Kentucky. Even though it's way east, it's way West, and I must say, Tim's hat looks a whole lot like the hat, pictured above.
I sure have a passion for this stuff. Gee, i wonder what ol' Kahlil has to say about all this?
"Reason, ruling alone, is a force confining; and passion, unattended, is a flame that burns to its own destruction."
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