Out here in the wilds of the west lies a bank. To make off with its gold, you’ll have to remember these facts: 2 guards swap their shifts at 12:15 & 6:25, you’re 13 miles from the nearest town, and you need 7 minutes to break the safe’s lock.
Did you know that the old west once had camels? Well, not natively. The U.S. army imported some 60 camels into the Southwest in 1865 in the hopes of using them as pack animals. Shortly after the Civil War ended however, the idea was abandoned and the camels were sold at auction.