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ChrisV
Re: Two Mules for Butch & Sundance
Fri Apr 13, 2018 7:38am
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Hi,
thanks for your comments. Do you know if they had mules/horses for relay after the Aramayo Robbery?
best,
Chris

  • Two Mules for Butch & SundanceSimon Casson, Fri Apr 13 7:23am
    Hi Vince, In short, mules are way better than horses in mountain and canyon country. I won't bore life out of all in this thread by quoting likes of Thomas Moore, Henry Daly, masters of packing and... more
    • Re: Two Mules for Butch & Sundance — ChrisV, Fri Apr 13 7:38am
      • Horse-Mule Relays: AndesSimon Casson, Sat Apr 14 12:50am
        Hi Chris, Good question, but doubtful if anyone could definitively answer. Relays always pose a problem. Holding horses. This was the biggest challenge we had, keeping them secure. And hobbles do... more
        • Re: Horse-Mule Relays: AndesChrisV, Sat Apr 14 6:14am
          Hi Simon, Bought the kindle edition yesterday afternoon and finished most of it last night. Well done. Not very many people would do what you did. Im jealous. I was talking to a hand that works for... more
          • Bolivia/Andes/HorsesSimon Casson, Sat Apr 14 8:21am
            Hi Chris, Thanks for buying the kindle version. If you become immersed, get a 2nd edition book - you can pencil notations. The ride was hard graft. Our outfitters helped two Swedes mount a similar... more
            • Re: Bolivia/Andes/HorsesChrisV, Sat Apr 14 1:23pm
              Thanks Simon, Again very jealous of your adventure. Glad to hear you would use a combo of both horses and mules to fit the terrain. As I said earlier, thats what my cowboy buddy said. My kindle... more
          • square peg in round hole exerciseDaniel Buck, Sat Apr 14 7:17am
            Chris, you are trying to pound a square peg in a round hole. And you bring up once again the "if they were smart" angle, i.e, woulda, coulda, shoulda. What we have is what happened, not what we think ... more
            • Re: square peg in round hole exerciseChrisV, Sat Apr 14 11:00am
              You are using the wrong puzzle pieces Dan. All of the info does not add up to it being them. "Crime is an unforgiving business" that is something I do agree with you on. Butch and SK knew that as... more
            • You keep forgetting about GricePat, Sat Apr 14 7:49am
              His partner Tex, and all the other outlaws in the area. Grice did Rio Gallegos and other robberies. He was in Chile with Sundance and said Butch had gone to BA . By 1908 Butch was in Tupezia with... more
              • Re: You keep forgetting about GriceDaniel Buck, Sat Apr 14 10:07am
                Pat, Herbert Grice as I recall was back in the US by 1906 -- correct? -- thus out of the picture in terms of Bolivia. As for Butch Cassidy being the Englishman Frank Murray or the North American Ray... more
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