Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Every Picture Tells A Story, Part II

 February 27, 2024

   Dan The Man Harshberger has been pumping out some fantastic Route 66 Bozecards combining old car photos with historic locations on the Mother Road. I think they deserve their own art show, that's how groovy I think they are.

El Rancho Motel in Needles

Coronado Court in Kingman

Brandin' Iron on Hilltop

   And, speaking of Dan The Man. . .

Dan and Darlene seen here sporting Razz T-Shirts at last Saturday's Triple B Daily Whip Out Art Sale. Here's a Razz ad for these same shirts from 1974.

   Yes, that's Ed Mell wearing the Doper Roper shirt, second from left, and that's Dan, on the right. So, yes, if you do the math, those shirts Dan and Darlene are wearing are 50 years old!

Every Picture Tells A Story, Don't It? (Part II)

   The legendary Bryan, of Bryan's BBQ fame, came by the Triple B Daily Whip Out Art Show last Saturday and bought this little dittie.

Daily Whip Out:
"Confluence of the Gila and Colorado"

   This was a rough aerial view of Yuma Crossing which I did for the Olive Oatman story.

   Meanwhile. Mike Newberry (who does the wildly popular Cochise County Travels podcast), grabbed this Whip Out of the Dalton Gang's ill-fated Coffeyville Raid.

Daily Whip Out: "The Daltons Raid"

      Yes, this ended up on the cover of True West.

     And, yes, you can hear his interview with me right here:

The 66 Kids

"Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard."

—Tim Notke

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