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Dusty Wyatt

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About Dusty Wyatt

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Southern Kalifornia
  • Interests
    Shooting, western stuff, horses, dogs and grandkids.

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    23163

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  1. Real cowboys...

    I laughed out loud at that one!
  2. There's Good News Tonight

    Great news! Glad to hear it.
  3. The Three Guardsmen would make a great movie. So many good stories about them. Probably enough for a mini-series!
  4. Sittin here mindin my own business..

    He was probably heading back to Bob's place.
  5. Walter Becker dead

    The music of Steely Dan always had a very special sound. R.I.P.
  6. Birthday gifts

    Good choices. Both of them. Happy Birthday.
  7. Birdgun Quail?

    Looks like he was on line a couple of days ago but he has not posted in a while . Hope all is well.
  8. Floyd won

    Lots of money. Been workin' 40+ hours a week for 43 years and I ain't even close. Something wrong with this picture!
  9. First Time Under the Knife

    Good luck Doc. I'm sure you will do fine.
  10. Bronco star, Ty Hardin passes

    Enjoyed these shows very much at a very young age. RIP
  11. End One Chapter, Begin Another

    When it rains it pours. Darn! Sorry to hear about the job and the gall bladder Doc. Wishing you the best. Good luck.
  12. Who's your favorite western movie bad guy

    Jack Elam was one of my favorite actors, whether he was playing a good guy or a bad guy, since I was about 8 or 9 years old. Other favorite bad guys were Lee Van Cleef and Rex Holman.
  13. Matt and Cheyenne on TCM

    A favorite movie from my young childhood. Watched it a few months ago, still a good one.
  14. Crashed my bike. On the Mend

    Listen to the doctors. Concentrate on getting better.
  15. home security

    I can recommend German Shepherds. The two that live with me seem to keep strangers off of the property.
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