#tbt I miss this bike kinda sorta. If you know the history of these, you understand. #aprilia #rsv550 #vtwin #beast #wholelottawork #notathumper #nobrap #dirtbike #suchahandfull
A for Effort
That’s not even macaroni, its penne.
I’d recognise that white fence anywhere. That’s Geoffrey’s in Malibu on pch. Drive by it all the time
Yeah if you’re talking the gospel of metal!
That small human’s about to get eaten by.. Oh wait… That’s a dog.
And so it begins…
#yucatan #johnlloydstephens #catherwood #explorers #maya
@fourtyfivenorth I’ve worked down there enough that I figured it was time to read it. Not to mention Catherwood’s illustrations are worth it alone.
Happy Birthday Butch!
Robert LeRoy Parker (Butch Cassidy) was born on this day in 1866, in Beaver, Utah. Butch was one of 13 children whose Mormon and English parents, moved to Utah in 1856. He spent much of his early years working ranches in Western Utah.
His first major crime occurred in Telluride, Colorado, relieving the San Miguel Valley Bank of about $20,000 in 1889. After a stint in the pokey, he formed the famous ‘Wild Bunch’ which included other notorious outlaws such as Harry Longabaugh (The Sundance Kid) and Dick Maxwell. The gang was responsible for holdups in South Dakota, Wyoming, New Mexico and Nevada.
Stories of his death are varied as the states he roamed. From a shootout with soldiers in Bolivia. Some reports say he went to England returning years later under the alias of William Phillips, eventually succumbing to cancer in 1937.
Whatever you believe about the death of Butch Cassidy, his infamous life is one that will live forever in the storytelling’s of our Western mythology.