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    Re: Cibola Or NOT?????????

    Quote Originally Posted by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp
    DT: you posted --> These cave dwellings
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    Thats cheating, I would love to examine them. I wonder how many kiddies they lost there?

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    Re: Cibola Or NOT?????????

    Quote Originally Posted by Cubfan64
    I must just not have a very vivid imagination. The only thing I clearly see is the phenomenal photo of the cliff dwellings. Those look fantastic and in remarkably good condition!

    Everything else I have to REALLY stretch my mind to make it look like anything more than just rocks and shadows. It would seem that most of the things you're trying to point out (stairs, doorways, adobes) would be far too enormous if you look at the perspective of things from the photo.

    The close-up photo of the cliff dwellings - is that area shown from a distance in any of the first two photos?
    Well everyone has an opinion, but let me ask you, have you ever heard of anyone being able to go over to the North Rim and stand on it? Are there any observation decks on that side of the canyon..........
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    Re: Cibola Or NOT?????????

    Yes there are a few places, the National park service has a great old campground and cabins for rent, we stayed there a couple nights, CCCCCold. And there is a big observation deck that was built lately and overhangs the canyon,, It wasn't done when we were there but it looked cool. North Rim I say.
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    Re: Cibola Or NOT?????????

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave44
    Yes there are a few places, the National park service has a great old campground and cabins for rent, we stayed there a couple nights, CCCCCold. And there is a big observation deck that was built lately and overhangs the canyon,, It wasn't done when we were there but it looked cool. North Rim I say.
    Yes would love to get some pictures from a helicopter while flying through there
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    Re: Cibola Or NOT?????????

    Quote Originally Posted by Roadquest
    Interesting picture depost, I clearly see what appears to be a structure ( abode )
    with stairs coming up to it. And the doorway to the right of the structure.

    To the right of the picture, would I be right, in that the face you have in the circle,
    is facing right. Would be left on the rock.

    The door and square, at top of the picture is obvious.

    As I said, interesting picture. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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    Re: Cibola Or NOT?????????

    Quote Originally Posted by Ris
    Here's what caught my eye (circled in green): a strange shadow, shaped like a snake mouth or open hand, and white rock perched on a ridge...
    yeah i caugh that too but didn't post it, did you make out the faces in the rock just above your green circles
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    Re: Cibola Or NOT?????????

    Question? If your standing on the North Rim, how can you be looking North??

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    Yeah, I read that too my bad!!! This is dtpost just under new name

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    Quote Originally Posted by EquipDesign View Post
    Yeah, I read that too my bad!!! This is dtpost just under new name
    Just curious if you have looked t it with Google Earth or another satellite?

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    What about the stories of Egyptian artifacts found in one of these caves? I heard the government doesn't want anyone to go near. Anyone hear about this? True or not?

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    That is true story . There is an Aztec Tunnel with stairs . it is on the North Side of the Capitan Mountains by Lincoln New Mexico .
    Aztec Sandals that were found in the Tunnel in the 1940s are on display at the Lincoln Cafe in Lincoln . There is a dirt road that runs from the highway
    to Corrona passing the North Side of Capitan and the Mountains .

 

 
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