Saturday, November 26, 2011

Western writer inspiration, no. 13

Here is this week's omnibus of #westernwriter inspirations posted each day at twitter [click to enlarge]. If you are on twitter, you can follow me @rdscheer.

Ground Spider, Oglala Sioux, Nebraska, 1899
Flagstaff, Arizona, 1899
Georgetown Loop on the Colorado Central Railroad, 1899
Wibaux, Montana, 1894
Denver, Colorado, 1898
Indian Day Parade, Omaha, Nebraska, 1898
Bank in Salida, Colorado, 1890s
Picture credits: Wikimedia Commons

Coming up: Old West glossary, no. 22


  1. A tiny little bank. Makes me think I could ride in and rob it like Jessie and Cole

  2. Do they still have the Indian Day parade? Flagstaff looked like a nice little town back then, and it's still a nice place to visit if you can get through the traffic.