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    Re: Caballo followup - stone maps?

    cptbil
    It is such that a lot of stuff happened before chis. ROTFLOL.

    A dot slash or dash system of writing may be such as to a basic usage across a lot of years. It was just a simple way of...
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    cielosauce
    It is such that from clovis forward is in the area of the caballo mnts. Have seen writing that is at least jay bajada period as well as even posible olgam. Speeling..
    Oh well, lol....
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    the west side mark in ash caynon is questonable.
    As for a deep cave, well such can be done in stages.
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    Sorry i have not had time to get back to you goldseeker7. Will drop you a line this week.
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    could be. The whole thing could be a modern rock promoting some ones ideas or (Mine the investor).
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    "maybe it's different up there now... lol"

    NOT: LOL
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    Planet1mars
    Them hills and story's have been going since 1929. One thing for folks to remember it was a time were folks were smuggling gold from Mexico to get more money from the US government for...
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    Author is David Leon Chandler
    Title is 100 Tons of Gold
    Book is written in English

    It can be got. Check bookfinder.com
    About $25 to$30

    Try finding a copy of Tagerts book phantom of the...
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    Got anything on the Reynold's boy?
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    This one is marked as El Paso times, May 9 1930.
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    May be a bit small to read.
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    Will have to size the others.
    These clippings are from Planet1mars.
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    again anoughter
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    try posting this
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    probably should delete the map as it is most likely copyrighted.
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    I can be reached at
    lostcauses10x@yahoo.com

    If you can get yorstuf scaned I will take a copy.
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    ella foster: Now there is a name I have not heard of in a while.

    Any info would be great.
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    It has been siad to come from a few diferent places.

    The rock is such that it is a reverse on one pic according to some. It is also on a New Mexico postcard.
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    A great area you are talking about. Ropes? Yep have learned to take em with me in my older age. LOL had a knee lock in the middle of a cliff. That will teach one to carry, and use them ropes. down of...
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    roger is still alive.
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    Well the rocks on the back side are still there as well as the cross in the tree of the back of the towers. At least the last time i checked. LOL

    The mule rock way out would take me some time to...
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    And for a good joke here is some rabbit ears.
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    That's where some retreating Confederates hid & camped after Glorietta. I suspect some marks are theirs.

    Yep and some of them treasure like Willie's. They had a camp from the time they entered NM...
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    And a pic of GP from high.
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    try a photo again.
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    "Bilton." Actual name was Milton. it shows up in a lot of the old mining recored at the county offices. That is one problem with the story's. them folks; Holden Gorden and Chatfield new them...
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    Willie was staying at the Holden ranch. First day he went out with a sextant. Returned that night and asked for a saw, Holden did not have one gave him a file and hammer. that evening he returned...
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    Speaking of doc P, in the 70s he blew the face of a clif that covered with a large amount of material a place I was hunting for.

    Strangely enough it was used by a gang doing a gold smuggling...
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    Goldseaker7 I love them mountains. Have had a great deal of fun in them, as well as a few encounters with folk that believe they are to be the chosen finders. LOL

    I now the Chatfeilds, ( grew up...
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    Re: Caballo followup - stone maps?

    Most interesting thread. It might be worth goldseeker7 time to work with these folks. For some reason these maps do look a bit familiar.
    Remind me of the ones I saw working with Newt.

    Some of...
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