My Favorite Westerns

A Celebration of Western Movies … Pardner!

The Apache Trail Finally … we arrive at end of the trail – The Apache Trail. This is rugged country. The Apache Trail is billed as a “scenic drive”, but I’m sure there are folks who might challenge that. So if this kind of hilly desert country isn’t your cup of tea, and the slow (often …

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Goldfield Ghost Town MFW: Warning: some information posted here may be contrived, fabricated, exaggerated, outright lies, … or attempted humor. After The Mining Camp Restaurant Rose and I headed toward The Apache Trail … until I spotted a rather unusual looking venue called Goldfield Ghost Town. What the hell, I wanted to get some water anyway …  Seems somebody rounded up …

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The Apache Trail Circle Route There’s gold out here all right … but maybe it’s not in the ground. After Rose and I escaped Yuma, we bolted across the Sonoran Desert to Phoenix – stopping briefly to gas up our steed and grab a quick milkshake at Dateland oasis. Come morning Rose had a hankering …

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The Man from Colorado / 1948 Review: DVD Verdict: The Man From Colorado Excerpt: ” … The acting is first-rate. Ford and Holden were Columbia contract players at the time The Man From Colorado was made. Both were among the major stars of the period and turn in stunning performances. Ford is all the more …

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