My Favorite Westerns

A Celebration of Western Movies … Pardner!

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 …

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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 – …

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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.  Park your car and head up the …

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https://ia800102.us.archive.org/14/items/78_the-berry-tree_bill-hayes-archie-bleyer-saul-chaplin_gbia0025455a/_78_the-berry-tree_bill-hayes-archie-bleyer-saul-chaplin_gbia0025455a_01_2.0_CT_EQ.mp3 “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 …

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