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Ready To Rendezvous By James Bama

By James Bama

Ready to Rendezvous by James Bama

"The mountain man period was from 1820 to 1840. I always wanted to make the analogy that the western television series 'Gunsmoke' lasted 19 years - almost as long as the mountain man.

"About once a year, all the mountain men would come in and rendezvous. They would go to a place, raise hell, exchange trinkets, have hatchet throwing contents, wrestling tournaments and it was usually a wild affair.

"The man who posed for this is a modern day mountain man. He has recreated many of the mountain men's lives and followed the trails they used in the 1800s. As much as possible, he lives the life of a mountain man.

"I have him dressed in his best furs and hides, his rifle in his best hide scabbard, his 'possibles' bag on his waist sash and all ready to rendezvous. It's called a 'possibles' bag because you can have almost anything possible in it." This western painting shows a Mountain Man dressed up for the upcoming rendezvous, His long Gun is in its leather scabbard. Mountain Man art prints for sale.

Ready to Rendezvous was released June of 1991 as a Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Mountain man art Print with a 23-1/2 x 16 Image Size and is for sale for only $call

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Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Print 23-1/2 x 16 Image Size 1000 Please Inquire Click to Inquire

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