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20th January 2017, 11:49 PM
Real Wild West - 1of4 - YouTube
Video for youtube, Pictures from America’s ‘Old West’.▶ 9:53

Doc Vernon
21st January 2017, 03:45 AM
Will have to download that one Marian and watch on the Big Screen unless I can get it on my OTT TV Box! Will have a look first!
And Boy oh Boy!
I have just come back from the Hot Penrith,where I went to Buy a new 55 inch Samsung UHD with all the bells and whistles!
Cannot wait for Tuesday wen it will be delivered!
The old one I have is still good and will replace the one in the Front Lounge for Irene,its a 48 inch LG so she will be happy as the one in the lounge is only a 28 Inch!
So roll on Tuesday!


happy daze john in oz
21st January 2017, 04:20 AM
You should have been in Penrith last week it got to 44 then. Cannot understand why you moved to the cold region of Blackheath. LOL

Doc Vernon
21st January 2017, 04:29 AM
Can assure you John
If we had Shops of that kind here I would leave Penrith in a very Big Berth! LOL

Too dammed HOT!!!

John Pruden
21st January 2017, 08:04 AM
I love the old westerns and the western history the cowboys era as we call it only lasted about 12 years most cowboys were coloured look up bass read lawman and the way his life was.. thinking about the native Americans it was a type of genocide against them some played the system and became very rich through cattle. there is still a civil case going on in Nevada over land the Indians were granted the whole of Nevada and want it back signed by presidential decree in the old western days but los Vegas is countering the case money again . but a very interesting reading?? jp


21st January 2017, 10:00 AM
#2, Sounds like :popcorn:all round then Doc.:)

#5, If you liked #1, John, then you'll love this: One off the best
film/documentaries I have ever watched.:)

The West - Ken Burns [DVD]: Amazon.co.uk: Narrated by Peter Coyote ...

John Arton
21st January 2017, 01:15 PM
Excellent stuff Marian. Watched the original on the T.V.
By the way, don't know if it comes up for everyone when you click on Marians link but with me down the right hsnd side there were some pretty good videos of life at sea with tours of a number of different types of vessels and crossing the line ceremony's.