Yellowstone Kelly

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Dusty Texian
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Yellowstone Kelly

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If you enjoy early frontier and hunting with Leverguns , I think you will really enjoy this book . I know I did . It is near amazing what he was able to do with his little 1860 Henry Carbine 44 Rimfire . ,,,,DT
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Re: Yellowstone Kelly

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That looks great, Dusty. I'll get a copy.
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Bill in Oregon wrote:
Wed Jul 20, 2022 5:33 am
That looks great, Dusty. I'll get a copy.
Me too... :D
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Re: Yellowstone Kelly

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Sounds like a good book.
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Dusty Texian
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Re: Yellowstone Kelly

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It was a very good book and hard to put down . The day to day life of a frontiersman scout and hunter .
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Re: Yellowstone Kelly

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Dusty Texian wrote:
Wed Jul 20, 2022 5:19 pm
It was a very good book and hard to put down . The day to day life of a frontiersman scout and hunter .
And a very humble man I may add .
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Re: Yellowstone Kelly

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I'm gonna look into getting this book, never heard of it before!
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Re: Yellowstone Kelly

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If I'm not mistaken his grave is right here in Billings.
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Re: Yellowstone Kelly

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Drawdown wrote:
Mon Jul 25, 2022 5:32 pm
I'm gonna look into getting this book, never heard of it before!
Its a good read . ,,,DT
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Re: Yellowstone Kelly

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Bullard4075 wrote:
Mon Jul 25, 2022 5:50 pm
If I'm not mistaken his grave is right here in Billings.
Before his death Luther Kelly ( Yellowstone Kelly ) said , My body will rest better in Montana .
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Re: Yellowstone Kelly

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In addition to being 'Cheyenne' on t.v., Clint Walker was 'Yellowstone Kelly' in a movie of the same name, from around 1959 or '60.
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Re: Yellowstone Kelly

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Bullard4075 wrote:
Mon Jul 25, 2022 5:50 pm
If I'm not mistaken his grave is right here in Billings.
If you ever get the chance, don't go there.
Overlooks the industrial district & refineries. Power lines, cell tower, etc.
Not sure it's what the old plainsman would have felt comfortable around.
Just my opinion of course.
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Re: Yellowstone Kelly

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Amazon has 9 left. They had 10
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