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In a corner of Skinners Saloon is the barbers chair, some what tattered, but still quite substantial looking. According to the information posted, gun fire was such a commonplace event here, that when it ocurred, the barber wouldn't even miss a stroke of the razor while shaving.

Along with the barber and bartender, were also Hurdy Gurdy Girls. Not all of these girls were prostitutes it is said. Many provided other services such as sewing, writting and just providing a tired old cowhand with some femal comfort and companionship.

I added an adjustment layer to be able to brighten the interior without blowing out the bright outdoor scenery in the windows.

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