The Prospector's Last Camp

The Prospector's Last Camp Cowboy Western Poems

Stock #: 42439
Type: Postcard
Era: Linen
Publisher: Soulder Dam Service
Size: 3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)
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The Yuccas are waxen, fair and frail today on the Great Divide; so I'll take the pleasant, easy trail to a camp on the Other side. There, I'll meet my friends of long ago, Stray-Dog smith and Pharo Nell Young dock Bulett, I loved him so, Pat Casey from Stove-pipe Well. Timberline bob of bullfrog flat, the boys from Bonanza Hill, A sky-pilot, known as Parson Platt, and my pard, Four-Cylinder Bill. His Honor, Judge Mitchell, who struck it rich. Packed nuggets around in his purse. The Death Valley twins, you couldn't tell which And lovely Jennie the nurse. Tonight while the beautiful flowers are sweet On the hills by the moon-white road, I'll leave my cabin, all snug and neat and tramp to my new abode; There at the Paradise Placer mine dear friends will welcome me. We'll wash the sands of the river-of-time and camp for Eternity.
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