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Daniel Buck
Re: Your right
Thu Apr 12, 2018 7:06am


That's because there are very few mules left in Bolivia. (I've only seen two ever in multiple trips over 50+ years.) Mules were done in by the internal combustion engine.

In 1800s and early 1900s, mules were the preferred mount in the Andes. Not the only mount, (some people rode horses or burros), just the preferred one. In other words, the fact that Cassidy and Sundance rode mules is not unreasonable or surprising. Dan

  • Re: Your rightChrisV, Thu Apr 12 6:49am
    There should be a law against horses in the Andes. You might want to contact all the businesses that have horse riding excursions in Bolivia. Tell them immediately to switch to mules. The tourists... more
    • Re: Your right — Daniel Buck, Thu Apr 12 7:06am
      • Re: Your rightChrisV, Thu Apr 12 7:15am
        Add up all the other evidence and the two fools on mules was not Butch and Sundance.
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