Author: Dave Guggisberg

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Apache Kid’s Cave

Yes, another outing and another drone crash.

David Jones, Jane Jones, Scott Giles and myself went out to Carney Springs Road to film the B-rolls for the episode of Apache Kid’s Cave. Our intent was to have Scott fly the drone from the parking lot or a spot near by up to the cave. We had no intention of hiking to the cave that day.

But reality often changes one’s plans.

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Geronimo Park

Baseball has a very long and quirky history. Many splinters and odd twists. The episode of Geronimo Park is one of those strange baseball splinter stories. Hank Sheffer tells the full story in the Geronimo Park episode. See additional highlights for this episode in this post.

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Vanishing Train Robbers

We’ve all watched the old western movies and have seen some “reenactments” of old west train robberies. Well of course, they never quite happened the way they are shown in the movies. Actually, the real stories are much more interesting. Here are two stories of real, old western, Arizona train robberies as told by Arizona’s official state historian, Marshall Trimble.

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Tribute to Charlie LeSueur

Charlie was a true friend to the Cowboy stars. Charlie spent a lot of time around those silver screen heroes, at Western Festivals. He interviewed many of them and wrote about them in several of his books, such as this title to one of his books, aptly named “The Legends Live On and Where have the Westerns Gone!”

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