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    Something new to look at

    What do u see?? SmilesClick image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc4261 View Post
    What do u see?? SmilesClick image for larger version. 

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    A Bull with Horns

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    Rocks and bushes ?
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    Marius

    If your true to your heart, you will never go wrong. The truth is the truth, no matter how you look at it, and in every treasure story and legend there is a grain of truth. It's up to your spirit and heart to know the difference. NP





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    The facts behind the factoids
    Eroded rocks.
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    Pinos Altos Mountain Goats warranty statement:
    "Prove us wrong"

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    Waldo?
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    time for another drink

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    Good eyes, Hense why its hard to find. Lmao.

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    In 1 I'd say looks like a person in the lower left quad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc4261 View Post
    What do u see?? SmilesClick image for larger version. 

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    ok, here u guys go. For those that couldn't see what was in the pics. This is the location of the Circle above the horses ear on the H/P map. Never got to the white marker myself to see what was there , Next trip. Name:  white marker.PNG
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ID:	1673295heres one for ya . what do you see here. maybe 1847 written in bush. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by dredgernaut View Post
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ID:	1673295heres one for ya . what do you see here. maybe 1847 written in bush. lol

    This secret Stone Map photo was curtesy of Frank Augustine.

    Now pay close attention and tell me what you see in the Bushes?

    Can you barely make out the letters and numbers "OU812"?

    Could this be Cavirgina Sue Casa?

    Or,

    Was this Jim Hatt's Cave?

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    We caught this man on film with a game camera climbing out from under the bush from that Heidi Hole!

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    Who is this infamous holy man?

    El Tio?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Riley View Post
    This secret Stone Map photo was curtesy of Frank Augustine.

    Now pay close attention and tell me what you see in the Bushes?

    Can you barely make out the letters and numbers "OU812"?

    Could this be Cavirgina Sue Casa?

    Or,

    Was this Jim Hatt's Cave?

    Attachment 1673335

    We caught this man on film with a game camera climbing out from under the bush from that Heidi Hole!

    Attachment 1673336

    Who is this infamous holy man?

    El Tio?
    Now that's some funny ****🤣🤣

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    Really thought I would be ripped more. Did want some constructive criticism on the pics especially the horse pic. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc4261 View Post
    Really thought I would be ripped more. Did want some constructive criticism on the pics especially the horse pic. lol


    Well was planning to go back and prove everything at this location but called the OK corral and they wont pack where I go. So unless I want to do the long walk again the site will remain a mystery for years to come... Bummer. Oh well ,so is life...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc4261 View Post
    Well was planning to go back and prove everything at this location but called the OK corral and they wont pack where I go. So unless I want to do the long walk again the site will remain a mystery for years to come... Bummer. Oh well ,so is life...
    I would suggest to get a horse or burro. It is not really that expensive to keep one, and the animal can pack your stuff virtually anywhere you can walk to. I don't know if the BLM is still running their adoption program but it is not wise to start out with a wild animal and try to train it anyway, but you can sometimes adopt one from the humane society for very little money. Plus a pack animal can pack a good sized load, more than you can pack on your back. Just a suggestion, but remember that pack animals (horses, mules, burros) are legal in all wilderness areas too.

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