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2006 PHOTOS, page 7
Baldy Mountain and Baldy Town cabin.
Another Crew visiting Baldy Town. Look at that View!
Friendly Humming Bird
Humming Bird at feeder.
Decorative patterns on an old log by the trail, going up to Copper Park.
Baldy Mountain in one of its many moods.
Hungry yearling bear visiting Baldy Town
SAME photo, cropped.
The Bear knows, there is FOOD in there!
At Baldy Town, I met ROD TAYLOR !!!!
It's a 'Million Dollar' View from old Baldy Town! The photo doesn't do it justice.
At Baldy Town, I met ROD TAYLOR !!!!
I did not recognize him because he did not have his
moustache, though I should have recognized him by his
unique voice. I had been talking to him for some time,
when I asked him, "What do you do here on the ranch?"
He modestly said, "I work for the Cattle Department."
-- Hey! I knew that is where Rod worked! --
So I said, "You know, the guy I would really
like to meet is Rod Taylor"
He then said, "Well, I'm Rod Taylor."
Baldy Mountain in one
of its many moods.

Hungry yearling bear
visiting Baldy Town.

SAME photo, cropped.

Friendly Humming Bird.

It's a 'Million Dollar' View
from old Baldy Town!
.
Baldy Mountain and
Baldy Town cabin.

Another Crew visiting
Baldy Town.

There is FOOD in there!

Humming Bird at feeder.

Decorative patterns on an
old log by the trail, going
up to Copper Park.
This young bear had
already paid a visit INSIDE
the Commissary,
earlier that day.

He had gotten into some
food, and was now back
for some more!

There was a portable
bear trap, just around
the corner, but he didn't
take the bait and go in.

The Staff had seen him
coming again, and had
wisely vacated the building
and locked the door.

One of the braver of the
Staff later chased him off,
...after he had already
decided to leave.
Since 1983, Rod Taylor has worked as a cowboy for Philmont
where he helps take care of around 800 head of livestock.
See the "Ridin' Down the Canyon" page
for a short biography on Rod Taylor.
.
Rod Taylor sings and plays
on these albums:
'Philsongs - Remembered Days',
‘A Philmont Collection’,
‘Ridin' Down the Canyon’,
‘Live From the Tooth - Philsongs II'
‘The Rifters' & Tobasco Donkeys -
The Yarn Sessions.

Rod is the only full time
BSA Staff employee
with the job title of ‘Cowboy’.