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At $995, a G.I. Joe Storm Shadow is the most expensive collectible action figure at Gabriel's Toys.
The Joker and Triclops take a joy ride in Barbie's pink Corvette.
A Michael Knigh action figure poses with a model KITT.
Grumpy Bear the Care Bear sulks on the counter at Gabriel's Toys.
An action figure of ChiPs' Ponch who was played by Eric Estrada
A Bat-man action figure autographed by Adam West sits on the counter at Gabriel's Toys.
Vintage Starsky and Hutch action figures
A Bobba Fett costume sits on display at Gabriel's Toys.
Metal lunch pails featuring the Fall Guy and the Dark Crystal sit on the shelf at Gabriel' Toys.
He-Man hangs out on the wall behind the counter at Gabriel's Toys.
Jabba the Hut welcomes customers to Gabriel'sToys.
A lego minifig of an ewok attempts to glide away from a Lego model of an Imperial ATST.
marvel Comcs the Thing charges a Star Wars Imperial Tie fighter.
A Kenner Indiana Jones action figure displayed in a acrylic case.
A group of 12 inch Star Wars action figures hang out on top of the counter at Gabriel's Toys.
The SIx Million Dollar Man Steve Austin toy has a bionic eye that the one could look through.
Pixar's Woody and Jessie greet toy fans on a shelf at Gabriel's Toys.
A statue of Master Yoda holds a bowl of candy for customers at Gabriel's Toys.
Nevada City Living History Museum actor Daniel Parris knits while waiting for his bear stew to cook.
Authentic packaging of period-correct tobacco products sit in the display of the Nevada Living History Museum's post office.
A sign sitting on top of the bar at the Criterion Hall Saloon in Nevada City relays an important town message.
Nevada City Living History Museum actor Daniel Parris checks on his bear stew.
A re-enactment of Montana vigilantism performed at the Nevada City Living History museum shows the Nevada City undertaker checking the pulse of George Brown, who had just been hanged. Forester Chatelain portrays the deceased.
The Nevada City Living History Museum strives to be authentic to the 1860s, including the signage on the city's numerous historic building.
A living-history interpreter walks on stilts down one of the streets at Nevada City Living History Museum.
Capt. James Williams, portrayed by Dan Thyer, above, accuses George Brown (Forester Chatelain) of being a member of an outlaw gang. Thyer, curator at the Nevada City Living History Museum, studied in Colonial Williamsburg in order to improve the authenticity of the Old West experience. In th…
Criterion Hall Saloon keeper Trinity Hunt pours a shot of whiskey (tea).
Nevada City Living History Museum postmistress Penny McNeel stands at the counter of the post office.
Cole Birdtail, 13, races down South Park pool's orange slide against his brother Damian Birdtail, 12, in July.
Cole Birdtail, 13, races down South Park pool's orange slide against his brother Damian Birdtail, 12.
Neighborhood kids cool off from a hot July day in the South Park Pool.
DeMarcus Johnson, 9, races against friends in the South Park pool.
The Jaded Ladies, Jessica Lechner and Becky Sappington, will perform for free at Cooney State Park on Friday.
Great American Hillclimb rider Brandon Kittleson of Fairview comes inches from hitting catcher Scott Knight as he crest a near-verical section of the course on Saturday afternoon.
Scott Knight has been catching motorcycles at the Great American Hill Climb for 25 years.
Great American Hillclimb rider Travis Hurley flips of his bike as he crests a near vertical section of the course during the 251-700 exhibition on Saturday afternoon.
Scott Knight explains why he is willing to risk being run over by a motorcycle while working as a catcher at the Great American Hill Climb.
Yellowstone County STEER Court graduate Ryan Daniel Blumenshine, 39, holds his daughter, 13-month-old Zoey, as he celebrates almost 500 days of sobriety and graduating from the treatment program.
George Lowry Weeks, 41, talks about his volunteer project with Habitat for Humanity during a graduation ceremony for Yellowstone County STEER Court presided over by Judge Mary Jane McCalla Knisely.
Clay and shale make for a shifting, ever-changing landscape at Makoshika, which is often called dinosaur park because 10 species of dinosaurs have been found there.
Rock formations at Makoshika State Park make it a popular spot for photographers. Early morning and evening are the best times to capture the colors of the rocks.
Mary Hilario, left, and Mary Alvarez stand next to a painting of the Virgen de Guadalupe at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church on the South Side of Billings. The church, which the parents of both the Marys built, has been consolidated with two other Billings-area Catholic Churches.
Rosie Alavarez-Holt helps her grandmother, Mary Alvarez, make tortillas for the Mexican Fiesta. Rosie uses her grandmother’s handmade rolling pin to flatten the masa (tortilla dough) into a flat, round tortilla.
Mary Alvarez cooks a tortilla on a comal. Several women from Mary Queen of Peace church are helping extend the tradition of the Mexican Fiesta on Billings’ South Side by preparing food for the fundraising event, now in its 61st year.
Mustangs centerfielder Brian O'Grady makes a throw in a game against Idaho Falls.
The Mustangs' Brian O'Grady gets a base hit during a game against Idaho Falls at Dehler Park.
Entering Sunday, the Mustangs’ Brian O’Grady (13) had a .938 fielding percentage despite rotating between four different positions in 20 games.
Idaho Falls first baseman Ryan O'Hearn rounds third base after hitting a solo home run off of Billings Mustangs pitcher Luke Moran in the fourth inning Thursday night at Dehler Park. The Chukars went on to beat the Mustangs 3-1.
Billings Mustang pitcher Luke Moran allowed just two runs in six innings against Idaho Falls on Thursday night at Dehler Park. The Mustangs lost the game 3-1.
Billings Mustangs designated hitter Ty Washington is struck out by Idaho Falls pitcher Jon Fitzsimmons in the bottom of the 8th inning. The Mustangs lost the game 3-1.