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Utah Officials to Restore Butch Cassidy's Childhood Home...LINK FIXED

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SORRY I POSTED THE WRONG LINK!

LINK IS CORRECT NOW!

 

The State of Utah has decided to plunk down about $140,000 to restore Butch Cassidy's childhood home. The place is pretty run down and is almost ready to collapse. Here is a link to an article with a lot of photographs. I found it pretty interesting maybe you will too.

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4008642/Utah-spend-138-000-restore-Butch-Cassidy-s-childhood-cabin-decaying.html

Edited by Cat Brules, SASS #14086

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Thanks all I got from that link was Clinton's inauguration

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Hmmm, $140,000 to restore a criminals boyhood home.

 

Actually, to restore a house that MIGHT be a criminal's boyhood home. The search for municipal income has been stretched to its limits....or beyond.

 

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Same thing happened to Jesse James's house in St. Joseph, Missouri. Needed to pull tourists off the Interstate, dontcha know...

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Howdy,

You gotta prime the pump.

I bet they get ten times that in touristia bidnezz in a couple years.

They probably could make MUCHO cash restoring such cabins and

call it the Gunslingers Western Tour. Hey Im copyrighting that, NOW.

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CR

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