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Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Canyon Rider & Two-fisted Law
October 27, 2015
Went home for lunch and finished a little study I started before our trip to Pasadena last week.
Daily Whip Out: "Canyon Rider"
I've been cleaning and learning to let go (see quote, below) and, of course running across little gems, like this little postcard which I bought for a buck back in 1971 at Wylie's Leather in Tucson.
Tim McCoy postcard: "Two Fisted Law"
Here's the irony. When I bought this show card, it was of a movie that was, at that time, 45-50 years old. And today, the card is 45 years old. The card is as old as the movie was at the time I bought it. Groovy, no?
Let goooooooooooo. . .
"The greatest step toward a life of simplicity is to learn to let go."