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Webster, who belongs to Patsy Davis and who has a much more formal name when he's not wearing his Mancos Days duds, may be helping out at the Mancos Arts Council's Cowboy Photo Booth near the old jail during Mancos Days. The arts council will have clothing, hats, rifles and other western items, and will be ready to take pictures of adults, children, pets, etc. Within an hour, these photos will be turned into packets of 12 greeting cards (with envelopes) for $20 or matted Wanted posters for $20. The booth will open right after the parade on Saturday and run through 4 p.m., and will also be open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday. Those who want to use their own cameras will be charged only $5 for the costumes and backdrop. Webster has indicated that the booth will include a selection of hats and western stuff from Mountain Man Rob Wilson, a covered wagon by Will Stone for a backdrop, and a roster of great photographers and dressers. Enlargephoto

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Webster, who belongs to Patsy Davis and who has a much more formal name when he's not wearing his Mancos Days duds, may be helping out at the Mancos Arts Council's Cowboy Photo Booth near the old jail during Mancos Days. The arts council will have clothing, hats, rifles and other western items, and will be ready to take pictures of adults, children, pets, etc. Within an hour, these photos will be turned into packets of 12 greeting cards (with envelopes) for $20 or matted "Wanted" posters for $20. The booth will open right after the parade on Saturday and run through 4 p.m., and will also be open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday. Those who want to use their own cameras will be charged only $5 for the costumes and backdrop. Webster has indicated that the booth will include a selection of hats and western stuff from Mountain Man Rob Wilson, a covered wagon by Will Stone for a backdrop, and a roster of great photographers and dressers.