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Thursday, September 19, 2013
When Authentic Bermuda Short Make All The Difference In The World!
September 19, 2013
I have a pretty cool saddle I bought at a pawn shop in Phoenix back in about 1980 ($300) with excellent tapaderos. I envisioned the cover image to be an 1880s Texas cowboy riding with taps and shooting the moon, so I asked Kathy to take one of the entire outfit.
Daily Whipout, "When Authentic Bermuda Shorts Are Needed"
"The Devil is in the details."
—Old Vaquero Saying
"Some historians have claimed the cowboy Bermuda short never existed in the real Old West and this photo shows the lie to that claim."
—Excerpt from a letter we won't be running