Dream: High Plains Drifter   3 comments

Last night I had a very vivid dream. I was talking with some friends and then I walked over to this table and sat down. I think I was tired, so I put my head in my hands and closed my eyes to take a short nap.

I then heard someone walking towards me. I opened my eyes and saw these cowboy boots. I then looked up and saw Clint Eastwood. He was wearing a cowboy hat and had a bandana wrapped around his neck. Eastwood was in his forties; he looked like the cowboy in those spaghetti westerns or The Stranger in his film High Plains Drifter. He was smiling at me.

He was there to talk to me and prepare me for the lead role in a film he was directing. I think the film was based on my book High Plains Drifter: A Hitchhiking Journey Across America.

Then Gene Hackman walked up to me, shook my hand and smiled at me. Gene Hackman was dressed like he was in the film The Quick and the Dead. There was more to the dream, but it is gone from me now.

Clint Eastwood’s film High Plains Drifter (1973)
Meeting a Former Editor from Warner Brothers
Two Pleasant Surprises:  High Plains Drifter Revisited

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3 responses to “Dream: High Plains Drifter

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  1. Tim as if one blog was not enough I put a second one up also..
    Maybe if we just inundate the Internet with Christian truth, there will be less garbage.
    : )

  2. As usual, I really didn’t plan on having a WordPress blog, but here it is. I do read a lot of WordPress blogs, so I thought I might as well get a WordPress account. I read about your new blog on your Believer’s Journey.

  3. Pingback: THE QUICK AND THE DEAD « Written in Blood

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