Flapjack Ranch & Done Walkin’

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Today’s photos play to the Old West theme that sometimes occupies my blog.  The first one is a replica of a board used to announce the old stage lines schedules.  I think I’d go to Flapjack Ranch for some of those good eats, plus the stage is on time 🙂  Apache Pass?  Not so much.

The second one is pretty simple … a boot that has seen many, many miles.  Both photos were taken at Trail Dust Town here in Tucson.  Had a great lunch there at the Dakota restaurant.  I took a lot of photos and will share more later.  Click to enlarge.  Namaste’

Where would YOU go?

 

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11 Comments Add yours

  1. Shutterbug Sage says:

    Oooooooh the boot!!!

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  2. niasunset says:

    Wonderful… I love these boots… Thank you dear Regina, with my love, nia

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    1. Thanks, Nia! You’re the best!!!!!

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  3. Kay Rolfe says:

    There is a town on the way to Mammoth (ski resort for you guys not from CA.) named Dun Movin. Pioneers got tired of the journey, stopped and called their town Dun Movin. That’s what I am after 35 years in the same house in Ojai…….I’m Dun Movin.

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    1. How cool! There’s another town in CA called Rough ‘N Ready. A lot of culture there … an old stagecoach stop; that’s all. Thanks for your comments, dear friend.

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  4. kt11 says:

    Very nicely done. Are you using Picmonkey frames for these?

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    1. Both photos are picmonkey. Sometimes I used Pixlr, too. The special effects are fun!

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  5. Mona says:

    OH MY GOODNESS! That boot is spectacular.

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    1. Thanks, dear one. I like the boot, too, but wouldn’t want to walk in it 🙂

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  6. Mona says:

    I am not familiar with picmonkey. Is it a iPhone app of computer software program?

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    1. It’s a free online photo editing program. http://www.picmonkey.com So much fun! Enjoy.

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