Speaker:

Clark Heglar

In the Spirit of Robert “Two Gun” Limbert, the Man from the Sawtooth’s

This Chautauqua presentation is an historical look at one of Idaho’s most colorful characters. Dressed in period western garb, Mr. Heglar portrays the flamboyant, self-promoting side of “Two Gun” Bob as he entertained audiences both in the East and the West with his trick shooting, trick roping, tales of exploration in Idaho, and lantern slide shows. “Two Gun” Bob tells about and shows photos he made of the award winning 1915 Idaho State Exhibit he designed for the Pan- Pacific World Fair in San Francisco. He tells stories of exploring the Great Rift in South Central Idaho and how his National Geographic article and photos helped make the Craters of the Moon a national monument. He also talks about building Redfish Lake Lodge, and other adventures in the early part of the century in Idaho.