My troupe of saloon girls... 1984-86. We dressed up in our outfits and rode in parades at events like Kit Carson Mountain Man Days, Rough & Ready Days, bluegrass festivals, the Camel Races in Virginia City... then set up an old tyme photo booth and took pictures like this with the local people. The guy in the middle was in the Clampers... boy was he ever lovin' all the attention he got that afternoon! We used to have SUCH a BLAST... and made from $800 to $3,500 a weekend taking photos and selling them...! Doris on far left worked in a bank, Kitty to her left was an electrician, Mr. Clampert, Diana was a laborer then (and photographer too), Jan in red on far right. Seated in blue - electrician and the gal in pink in front worked in a beauty salon. We were a VERY eclectic bunch...!