Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Present to Al Harper of the Durango-Silverton Railroad

August 31, 2011

My bachelor days are coming to an end tomorrow evening. After ten weeks abroad, my fave broad is coming home from Germany.

Note to self: clean the house. Ha.

Last Saturday morning we met Al Harper, the owner and CEO of the Durango-Silverton Narrow Guage Railroad at the Durango depot and presented him with a blow up of our March 2010 cover story on how Hollywood saved the railroad with the filming of the movie "Ticket to Tomahawk." Here's the photo:

Reworked a set piece for Mickey Free. After the dust and dire warning on the dry lake, the Mickster encounters four riders who fire on him as they retreat towards a roaring fire on the ridge behind them.

I've got some very strong set pieces, need to get the narrative locked down. Been working on this long enough. I know the story.

Tweaked another study of a fire in a meteor crater:

Someone I know sees a goathead in the clouds.

"Don't call me goathead."
—A Pima In-din being flown to the hospital and responding to a paramedic's plea to "Go ahead! Go ahead!"

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