No one except the locals were particularly interested in the comings and goings of a young outlaw, just another small-time […]
Recently, I had the privilege to be part of the TV show Myth Hunters on the American Heroes Channel. The […]
My feet were dangling through a two foot square opening in the wooden floor. A hundred feet below me Bill […]
Marjorie Reed is best known for her paintings of the stage stations and scenes along the Butterfield Overland Stage Route. […]
There was another great western writer like Zane Grey and Louis L’Amour who featured areas of the Anza-Borrego desert in […]
To some people, the romance of the Willie Boy saga can be seen as a modern love story, like Romeo […]
Dezert magazine is a online quarterly magazine with articles about archeology, anthropology, history, travel, 4x4ing, rock hunting, botany, wildlife and […]
Many stories have been told, re-told and written about the Apache Trail, a wonder of engineering that winds its way […]
Walter Feller, the writer of this article, revisits the old Cottonwood Springs and sees what’s it like today.
I began reading […]
Thomas L Smith
The background to the story is quite simple. A one legged man (most likely named Smith), while crossing […]
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