Fascinating photographs and biographical materials. A great find, Linda Kay!
I hope the rest of your week is freewheeling all the way down to the weekend! xx
He's one homely guy.
Born in New York City?!
Cool photo! And about the house and Betty: Think Wizard of Oz. :-)
An iconic American figure.
Why, he doesn't look like Emilio Estevez at all!! LOLOne of my favourite guilty pleasure movies is Young Guns.Regulators: let's ride!
Bud would!!! One of his favorite subjects.
i am with you on Spring ... it is my 2nd favorite. but Fall kind of tides me over to that season. ( :i love movies and reading about Billy the Kid. such an interesting character.
just very interesting for me from Europe.
This is great, Linda! Thanks so much for sharing.
He was a peculiar figure in the history of the West. I'm a bit more drawn towards Lewis and Clark, the Earps, Doc Holliday, Sitting Bull, and Chief Joseph.
What a neat old photo and thanks for the link. Enjoy your evening! Hugs!
Nice photograph. Perfect.
There are so many legends from the early west. I am enjoying reading more about many of them and I'll spend spme time now getting to know "Billy the Kid"--thanks for the link!
Aah, past bandits n cowboys - still got em - they just don't have the swing n swagger of the olde ones.
We have people like Billy here - we had people like him.
My daughter and I saw Billy the Kids grave once. He's been portrayed as a psychopath but then I've heard it was a lot of hype. Don't know.
It's interesting to see how he has dressed himself up for the a photo with all the layers, bandanas, etc.
interesting!!I'm reading a series with some gun-slingers. It's a long series, 7 books. But very engaging.As a side, Max Lucado is an excellent man of God. I have several of his books.
I guess things don't change as much as we think! He was certainly a character and it's hard to know what's fact and fiction about him.
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