My Favorite Westerns

A Celebration of Western Movies … Pardner!

I haven’t posted much lately. I have indeed been working on a couple of projects that just won’t come together to my satisfaction. (I always am). And because I don’t like to throw something up on the board I’ve holding them back. One project is called Sir Sean Connery / Cowboy. Sean did make ONE Western. It wasn’t highly rated, but it is still very interesting because it’s spectacular Star Power: Sean Connery, Brigitte Bardot, “Jack” Hawkins CBE, Stephen Boyd, Honor Blackman, Woody Strode, Eric Sykes, Valerie French, and more. Because of this some movies seem to be more interesting over time than there initial entrance. 
Sean did his usual credible work and was believable in his role
but the film just didn’t find it’s place among Western Classics.
I think it’s still worth a watch though because of it’s wonderful Cast.

Anyway, I’ll be getting something up here soon. 
Thanks for your patience. 

The Ark / Gerry RaffertySee!? things could be worse.

OK folks …
As promised I’ve got a new Word Press Theme for my Blog.
It’s called Bloggy. 
Yep, you read that right. Bloggy. 
Kind suits me.
I’m a bit Bloggy most of the time. 
Anyway, I hope this will cure my recent ills. 
Let me know please. 
Thanks.

The Peace Song / Jesse Colin Young

Reposted from

https://pacificparatrooper.wordpress.com/2020/11/10/veterans-day-2020-remembrance-and-gratitude/?c=103357#comment-103357

Veterans Day 2020 Remembrance and Gratitude

My post for this Veterans Day is dedicated to Sgt. Walter Morgan Bryant Jr., USMC; R.I.P my dear friend!

… there is an old Marine poem… it says: ‘When I get to heaven, To St. Peter I will tell, Another Marine reporting sir, I’ve served my time in hell.” ______ Eugene Sledge, USMC veteran of Peleliu & Okinawa

For the U.S. Marine Birthday, 10 November – CLICK HERE!!

I watched the flag pass by one day.
It fluttered in the breeze
A young Marine saluted it, and then
He stood at ease.

I looked at him in uniform
So young, so tall, so proud
With hair cut square and eyes alert
He’d stand out in any crowd.

I thought, how many men like him
Had fallen through the years?
How many died on foreign soil?
How many mothers’ tears?

How many Pilots’ planes shot down?
How many foxholes were soldiers’ graves?
No, Freedom is not free.

I heard the sound of taps one night,
When everything was still.
I listened to the bugler play
And felt a sudden chill.

I wondered just how many times
That taps had meant “Amen”
When a flag had draped a coffin
of a brother or a friend.

I thought of all the children,
Of the mothers and the wives,
Of fathers, sons and husbands
With interrupted lives.

I thought about a graveyard
at the bottom of the sea
Of unmarked graves in Arlington.
No, Freedom isn’t free!!

by: Kelly Strong, posted at vietvet.org

For Remembrance of the Pacific War, from: “The Voice of the Angels” newspaper of the 11th Airborne Association

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Looks like I’ll have to put ol’ Betsy down. 

She’s been really good for me over the years, but now it seems her times has come.

I’ve been getting feedback that there’s problems with my blog. Some folks can’t see the comments or the Like button they say. Also I’ve been having a heck of a time getting ANY videos to work properly. Furthermore the Indicator that used tell me that somebody had commented isn’t working.

My WP blog Theme called Bueno is out of date. It’s been discarded by WP and is not used and is unavailable. I’ve persisted with it because it’s worked fine up till now. But I recently had to update my account because I ran outta room here. Combined with Jetpack things just aren’t working quite right. SO I guess I have to update to a newer Theme. I experimented with this a while ago and couldn’t find one that worked for me. But … 

Hope to get things operating properly soon. 

Thank You.

Johnnie / The Chad Mitchell Trio

The Battle of Vimy Ridge

9 to 12 April 1917 

Canadians: 10,602 casualties: 3,598 killed and 7,004 wounded.

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Awaiting:
The hopeful resurrection of Daredevil

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Expected October 1, 2021

Eclipse / Dark Side of the Moon / Pink Floyd

“I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.”

Frank HerbertDune


I’m a Dune fan too.

I’ve read Dune (1965) Dune Messiah (1969) Children of Dune (1976)
and consider them to be Spiritually inspired works.
I can easily why they are considered major Science Fiction Classics
and why they appeal to so many. 

Most film adaptations and mini-series have been excellent.

Now comes a new adaptation.

I look forward to it.

The Ochre Trail … The Paint Pots

October 28, 2020

The Paint Pots

Along Ochre Creek …

… we find a tangled mess of timber in the stream.

Spring runoff must be spectacular here.
Finally … the Paint Pots
2 small green ponds and a Paint Pot (right).

Ever seen a green pond like this?
And that’s not the reflection from the trees.
A unique environment.

There’s the Paint Pot.

The Ochre Paint Pot spring. 

One day to be a choke cone?

Heading back …


The Ochre Trail … The Choke Cones

October 20, 2020

Mountain Spring High · Gabriel LewisJust before the Paint Pots on
Ye Old Ochre Trail 
we encounter the Choke Cones.

Sign image borrowed from the Net.

What are Choke Cones you might ask?

Sign says:

CHOKED CONE

This “choked” cone resulted from the accumulation
of iron oxide or hydroxide around the rim of a pool.
As the rim grew, the pool deepened. The increased
pressure of water in the pool became greater than the
force of water in the spring causing the spring to
seek a new outlet. When this happened, the pot
eventually dried up, forming a “choked” cone.The Kootenay Choke Cones appear to be of little or no interest to anybody
as I could find no images and little information about them on the net.
We, ourselves, marched blithely past them 
like cityslicker robots
without taking a photo. 
The image above is stolen off the wonderful Google Maps.
So I hope I’m not boring everybody to death with this stuff. 

BUT!
just in case you ARE interested at all …

check this out.

Just click on the link below.
Voila! – the entire virtual Kootenay Paint Pots Hike !!!!

https://www.google.ca/maps/place/Paint+Pots/@51.1699915,-116.1476117,2a,90y,272.44h,94.66t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1snWQZmcmTjOlDRsnhvAiqSg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!4m5!3m4!1s0x537755c63211911d:0xb516823821a23dd7!8m2!3d51.1701032!4d-116.1472925

And you can do it must faster than we did.

Incredible. 

Next:
At the Pots

Winter is coming …

 

 

Hank Snow himself would probably get a smile out of this.

 

The Ochre Trail … Ye Olde Ochre Mine

October 13, 2020

Changes / Gordon Lightfoot (written by Phil Ochs)

“Don’t it always seem to go   
that you don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone.”
Big Yellow Taxi / Joni Mitchell / 1970

The next thing you see on Ye Olde Ochre Trail is

Ye Olde (abandoned) Ochre Mine.

Check the map …

A bit of History: 

The Ochre Mine / Kootenay National Park

“In the early 1900s, mineral claims were issued, and
extensive mining of the iron oxide deposits in the marsh below
the springs occurred for use as a pigment in paint manufacture.
The Paint Pots site was incorporated into Kootenay National Park
when it was formed in 1920 at which point
mining
activity halted.”

Mining operation was “halted in 1920”
– the miners were
kicked out of the Park. 
But it’s a sure bet though that paint companies soon found out
how to creating any colour anyway – including Ochre – 
and thus ended the demand for natural Ochre. 

At the Ochre Mine site you’ll see these 2 (almost unreadable) signs.

It shows that the Park folks once cared about this site.

That’s not apparent now.

Yesterday’s garbage is tomorrow’s treasure.

There are now worrying signs of neglect.
Apart from the poor condition of the signs 
we see much abuse of the old mining equipment 
which is just strewn about the area – open to obvious abuse.

Some already has graffiti on it. 

Soon much of this will simply be taken by people
– or destroyed.

Lost forever.

Who knows what is already missing?

Nor is there any information on how Ochre mining was done?
We can see this old equipment, but how was it used?
We don’t know.

Found some of this nearby.
I’m guessing this would have been the final mining product.
Dried Ochre.
Golden yes … 
But it does not glitter.
Once somebody’s dream?
In the palm of my hand. 
Next:
To the Paint Pots 

The Ochre Trail …

October 8, 2020

Golden Slumbers / Mindy Gledhill

 I admit I didn’t really expect much.
Thought it would just be a nice easy hike.
But it proved to be something else. 

The Ochre Trail

The first thing you see is the
The Fancy Bridge and Creek.Look at that thing!?? You could drive a tank across that. 
But also look at that creek. I’m betting at certain times of the year
this creek is pretty well impassable – especially at Spring runoff.
And it’s likely that previous bridges were washed away. 
So they built this amazing thing. 

There’s a nice view from the Bridge.

Resting. Already?
Why not?
I’m in no hurry.

When we move up the trail, the ochre appears instantly.

It’s almost shocking. The whole area is covered with it! 
Gold water, gold creeks, gold mud … !

A golden wonderland!

Not all ochre is gold coloured like this. It comes in different shades: red, brown, yellow …

I kind of think this gold ochre would have been prized.

A golden pathway.
Even the boardwalk is gold.

Our own yellow brick road.
There must be a wizard up ahead …
But w
here is it coming from?

We’ll soon see … 

 

Ochre … the stuff that dreams were made of …

October 5, 2020

A Summer Song / Chad and Jeremy

Sign say:

Welcome to the Paint Pots!

Indigenous peoples attach great importance to the “red earth” or ochre found in the this area. Different groups have been traveling to this sacred place for thousands of years collect the ochre. It has been used for painting bodies, tipis, clothing, and horses, as well as for rock paintings.

In the early 1900s the ochre was commercially mined for use as pigment in paint. Some of the pieces of equipment remain along the trail. After Kootenay National Park was established in 1920, mining was gradually phased out to protect the landscape.

The three pots or pools formed are by the accumulation of iron oxide around the outlet of three cold mineral springs. In some areas, “choked cones” or wide mounds of ochre, formed when the water in the pools dried up.

The Ochre Creek Trail is 1.9 Kilometers (1 1/8 miles) long. 

You know, I still can’t figure things in Metric terms.
I was brought up on the Imperial system. 
So if you tell me something about a Mile long,
I have a very good idea how far that is. 
If you say Kilometers? Not so much.


Anyway, it’s not a long hike. 
And mostly flat.
I’d still say a hiking stick would be useful.
And a bit of water/snacks. 
Listen Cityslicker, you are still out in the wild.
Be prepared.  

Off we go …
Next: Ochre

 

Bad Weather / Poco

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Yes, I realize the Old WP Editor is deficient in a few ways … so I really tried to give your New Editor an honest try – and hoped it would be good. It does look like it might be? BUT I can’t figure out how to use it!?! And after several hours of frustration, I really had to give up. Frankly I wasn’t that great with the old one, but I have figured out how to get most things done. You know, initially, I think a lot of us Bloggers that over came here because we couldn’t figure out how to build Webpages. So this was a nice alternative. And I’m guessing there’s a huge Tutorial around here somewhere showing how to use the New Editor … and I might even look that up? But again, I can get this thing done with the Old Editor.

Thank You. 

See?

Marble Canyon Falls …

October 3, 2020


Campfire Light / Ian Tamblyn

“Eventually all things merge into one.
And a river runs through it”
― Norman Maclean


Let Your Love Flow / The Bellamy Brothers

Just let your love flow like a mountain stream.
And let your love grow.
— Lawrence Eugene Williams

Marble Canyon

I’ve been having a horrific time trying get videos loaded on the blog.
You can see that they are off centre.

To see an decent image ‘Right Click’ on the image – 
then select ‘Open Video in new tab’.
Go to the new tab.

VOILA !! a reasonable video appears.
Awkward, but the best I can offer at the moment.

Glacier Water

On the way up

The Falls

I hope you can get that to work.
I know my vids are amateur in quality.
But they still give you a good idea of
what the Canyon is like.
Hope you can visit it one day.

Did I tell you that I’m a Star Wars fan?

Guess that’s not big news.

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Actor who plays the Mandalorian
Pedro Pascal

Last time I saw him he was getting his
head mashed on Game of Thrones.

My Favorite Jedi?

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Ahsoka Tano

Yep.

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Rosario Dawson cast as Ahsoka Tano in ‘The Mandalorian’

She has the look.

 


Higher Plane / Ian Tamblyn

“It’s not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves.”
– Sir Edmund Hillary

Marble Canyon

Marble Canyon is not a long nor difficult hike.
There is a bit of uphill at times – mostly stairs.

It takes about an hour to get to the Falls.
A hiking stick is useful – water and snacks.
Looking up the Canyon …

I discovered this is called Tokumm Creek.
Our timing was perfect. In the Spring the water
is a murky grey colour from winter run off.
Now it’s a clear beautiful turquoise.

Looking back down …Vermilion Peak

Next: 
Up Marble Canyon: The Falls


Come Softly to Me / The Fleetwoods

Going up to Baker Creek for 3 days.
In the shadow of Castle Mountain.

Our Birthdays celebration.
Back soon …

Next:
Going up Marble Canyon


From the Soundtrack of the Horse Whisperer

Marble Canyon?

Wikipedia says:
The canyon’s name comes from the brilliant limestone of its walls.
The bedrock is microcrystalline limestone (sedimentary rock)
rather than marble (metamorphic rock).

It’s still beautiful.
As you’ll see. 

A Mountain on the way … couldn’t identify it. 

Net Photo

Park your car and head up the trail …

I believe this is Pavilion Creek.

Stop and ‘smell the roses’ …

Wonders … small and big.

Pure glacier water.

I should be so pure … 

… but I only dream.

The Canyon begins …

Next:
Heading up to Marble Canyon 2 … 

How about in the back?

Tom Berenger – clip from “Rustler’s Rhapsody.”

“The Berry Tree”, by Saul Chaplin
from Many Rivers to Cross (1955)

Beary Country

I’m always scared about bears when I go up into the mountains.
Though I’ve never encountered any except from seeing them from my car.

I still want to be cautious. 
This year there have been a lot of bear encounters because it rained a lot
in the early summer – which created a lot of berries – being
a main food source for Black Bears and Grizzly Bears.
Thus, they have been posting a lot of warnings. 

Sign Says: 

It’s berry season

Bear encounters are likely

Berry bushes border trails, roads and
campgrounds. Black and Grizzly bears
are feeding
on berries right now.

It is easy to surprise a bear
that is focused on
feeding.

To reduce your risk:

– Make noise while on trails.
– Travel in tight groups.
– Trail running and cycling place you at a much higher

risk. Travel very slowly. Do not wear buds.
– Carry bear spray. ensure it is accessible, and
know how to use it.
– Watch for fresh bear signs such as scat.
– Be especially careful near berry patches.
– If you see a bear, stay calm, back away slowly

and leave the area. Never run.

OK … heading up to Marble Canyon … 

The Berry Tree“, by Saul Chaplin
from Many Rivers to Cross (1955)

Those berries reminded me of a Western I had seen when I was a kid:
Many Rivers to Cross (1955)
which had this catchy song The Berry Tree“.


I still sing it on occasion, which shows how powerful a song/jingle can be.
Don’t remember that much about the movie though.

Here’s a Trailer:

It was a bit mushy for a kid,
but there was some action in there.

Next: 
Heading up Marble Canyon.

Not really of course. But she was sure amazing.

Brother Bruce and I watched pretty well every episode of The Avengers.
Classic.

Maybe she did have a bit of Cowgirl in her after all?

Classy and irreverent to the end. 

Golden Globes, USA

1972 Nominee
Golden Globe
Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture
The Hospital (1971)

Primetime Emmy Awards

2018 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Game of Thrones (2011)

For playing “Lady Olenna Tyrell”. For episode “The Queen’s Justice”
2015 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Game of Thrones (2011)

For playing “Lady Olenna Tyrell”.
2014 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Game of Thrones (2011)

For playing “Lady Olenna Tyrell”.
2013 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Game of Thrones (2011)

For playing “Lady Olenna Tyrell”.
2002 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie
Victoria & Albert (2001)

For playing: “Baroness Louise Lehzen”.
1997 Winner
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Special
Rebecca (1997)

For playing: “Mrs. Danvers”.
1975 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Special Program – Drama or Comedy
In This House of Brede (1975)

For playing: “Philippa”.
1968 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series
The Avengers (1961)

For playing: “Emma Peel”.
1967 Nominee
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series
The Avengers (1961)

BAFTA Awards

2000 Winner
Special Award
The Avengers (1961)

Shared with:

Honor Blackman
Joanna Lumley
Linda Thorson

1990 Winner
BAFTA TV Award
Best Actress
Mother Love (1989)

Bravo Otto

1969 Winner
Bravo Otto Germany
Best Female TV Star (TV-Star w)
1968 Winner
Bravo Otto Germany
Best Female TV Star (TV-Star w)

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards

1990 Winner
Broadcasting Press Guild Award
Best Actress

CableACE Awards

1995 Nominee
CableACE
Supporting Actress in a Movie or Miniseries
Screen Two (1985)

For episode “Genghis Cohn”

CinEuphoria Awards

2020 Winner
CinEuphoria
Merit – Honorary Award
Game of Thrones (2011)

Critics Choice Television Awards

2014 Nominee
Critics’ Choice TV Award
Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series
Game of Thrones (2011)
2013 Nominee
Critics’ Choice TV Award
Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series
Game of Thrones (2011)

Gold Derby Awards

2019 Winner
Gold Derby TV Award
Drama Guest Actress of the Decade
Game of Thrones (2011)
2018 Winner
Gold Derby TV Award
Drama Guest Actress
Game of Thrones (2011)
2015 Winner
Gold Derby TV Award
Drama Guest Actress
Game of Thrones (2011)
2014 Nominee
Gold Derby TV Award
Drama Guest Actress
Game of Thrones (2011)
2013 Winner
Gold Derby TV Award
Drama Guest Actress

Laurel Awards

1970 Nominee
Golden Laurel
Female New Face
The Assassination Bureau (1969)

10th place.

Online Film & Television Association

2018 Winner
OFTA Television Award
Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Game of Thrones (2011)
2015 Nominee
OFTA Television Award
Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Game of Thrones (2011)
2014 Winner
OFTA Television Award
Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Game of Thrones (2011)
2013 Winner
OFTA Television Award
Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Game of Thrones (2011)
2000 Winner
OFTA TV Hall of Fame
Actors and Actresses
1998 Nominee
OFTA Television Award
Best Host or Performer in a Variety, Musical, or Comedy Series
Mystery! (1980)

Whenever I get down a bit I know a couple of surefire things that will snap me out of it.
This is one.

Truly a “One Hit Wonder.”
Some say it comes from Surf Music?
Well, the B Side was “King of the Surf”.
But it’s a song (?) so bizarre, unique and wonderful
that it pretty well defies description.
– or a category.

Surfin Bird / The BIrd is the Word (1962) 

Written by Al Frazier / Sonny Harris / Carl White / Turner Wilson
of the Rivingtons

Performed by Steve Wahrer.
Immortalized in 2 minutes and 20 seconds.

That little dance he does is just also amazing. Perfect.

Feel free to try it.
And while you’re doin’ it you’ll
probably want to sing along.
So I’ve provided the lyrics for you!!!

A well a everybody’s heard about the bird
B-b-b bird, bird, bird, b-bird’s the word
A well a bird, bird, bird, the bird is the word
A well a bird, bird, bird, well the bird is the word
A well a bird, bird, bird, b-bird’s the word

A well a bird, bird, bird, well the bird is the word
A well a bird, bird, b-bird’s the word
A well a bird, bird, bird, b-bird’s the word
A well a bird, bird, bird, well the bird is the word
A well a bird, bird, b-bird’s the word

A well a don’t you know about the bird?
Well, everybody knows that the bird is the word!
A well a bird, bird, b-bird’s the word
A well a

A well a everybody’s heard about the bird
Bird, bird, bird, b-bird’s the word
A well a bird, bird, bird, b-bird’s the word
A well a bird, bird, bird, b-bird’s the word
A well a bird, bird, b-bird’s the word

A well a bird, bird, bird, b-bird’s the word
A well a bird, bird, bird, b-bird’s the word
A well a bird, bird, bird, b-bird’s the word
A well a bird, bird, bird, b-bird’s the word

A well a don’t you know about the bird?
Well, everybody’s talking about the bird!
A well a bird, bird, b-bird’s the word
A well a bird

Surfin’ bird
B-b-b aah, aah!

Pa pa pa pa, pa pa pa pa, pa pa pa pa, pa pa pa pa
Pa pa pa pa, pa pa pa pa, pa pa pa pa
Papa, ooma mow mow
Papa, ooma mow mow

Papa ooma mow mow, papa ooma mow mow

Papa ooma mow mow, papa ooma mow mow
Ooma mow mow, papa ooma mow mow
Papa ooma mow mow, papa ooma mow mow

Papa ooma mow mow, papa ooma mow mow
Oom oom oom oom, ooma mow mow
Papa ooma mow mow, papa oom oom oom
Oom ooma mow mow, papa ooma mow mow

Ooma mow mow, papa ooma mow mow
Papa a mow mow, papa ooma mow mow
Papa ooma mow mow, ooma mow mow
Papa ooma mow mow, ooma mow mow

Papa oom oom oom oom, ooma mow mow
Oom oom oom oom, ooma mow mow
Ooma mow mow, papa ooma mow mow
Papa ooma mow mow, ooma mow mow

Well a don’t you know about the bird?
Well, everybody knows that the bird is the word!
A well a bird, bird, b-bird’s the word

A well a ooma mow mow
Papa ooma mow mow
Papa ooma mow mow
Papa ooma mow mow
Papa ooma mow mow
Papa ooma mow mow
Papa ooma mow mow

There ya go.
Oh My!


The Da Vinci Code / piano cover


The mills of God grind … 

… not so slowly.

Glacier

Last year in Jasper National Park at the Columbia Icefields
we took a short hike to the foot of the glacier. 

It told the story of the vanishing glaciers.

In 1948 the Columbia Glacier (in background) came down to here. 

In 1992 the glacier came down to here.

In 2006 it came down to here.

They figure it will be completely gone in about 80 years.

Sign? What sign?

Sign says:

“PLEASE STAY ON TRAIL
Safety Check

Do not leave the trail without a guide
Watch children closely and keep them near.
Leash your pet.
Pack out li