Cowboy Hideout Desert Canyon - Stock image

Arizona, Famous Place, Local Landmark, Old Ruin, Southwest USA

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Stock photo ID:175215329
Upload date:July 29, 2013


'Wild West truth or lore The remains of a cowboy rustler hideout - stacked stone along a remote desert canyon trail. According to legend the original stack allowed rustlers to hide behind it and watch toward the opening of the canyon - in the distance - for the sheriff and his posse. When the story is challenged, senior locals will say that the stack has been in the same place and condition for as many decades as they can recall. The thought is that even if some of the more glamourous Wild West outlaws didn't use the canyon as a getaway, local outlaws with knowledge of the canyon terrain certainly did. Sedona, Arizona, 2009.'
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