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Lou Grubb’s Gramps and Grizzly Turquoise Inlaid Belt Buckle

Today I visited Lou “Gramps” and Mike “Grizzly” Grubb.

Lou "Gramps" Grubb's Gramps and Grizzly belt buckle. With inlaid turquoise.
Lou “Gramps” Grubb’s Gramps and Grizzly belt buckle. With inlaid turquoise.

We recorded interviews and I got to photograph their T-shirt collection.
Here is the belt buckle Gramps was wearing. One of the two inlaidĀ buckles they received when they had these buckles made many years back.

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