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    Nemo me impune lacesset

    Jan 2005
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    Re: The Lost Mines of the Desert - Part V: The Lost Dutch-Oven Mine

    Don Jose', Dueno de Real y Minas de Tayopa wrote,
    Here is a familiar view to refresh your memories.
    Hmm, perhaps you spent a wee bit too much time with the vaqueros amigo, seems like you have a little mean streak. However I do not take it as any kind of offence, in fact I now extend the hand of friendship to you and our fellow amigo Joe (Cactusjumper) you probably could both use a nice break from all that terrible blazing sunshine and heat, a few weeks of playing cowboy is just what you need - and I can truly and honestly say, WISH YOU WERE HERE...

    <A view outside on a particularly nice Dakota January day, noon time>

    <Horseback riding is one of the great benefits of working as a cowboy/sheepherder, and besides the luxury of "four-wheel-drive" it comes equipped with real leather upholstery, bio-genic heating system and is 100% "green" in that it runs entirely on renewable fuels>


    <Lovely "rustic" accomodations are available for all our guest cow-pokes in the line cabins, with all the amenities of course including solar heating and flow-through ventilation>



    <sweeping vistas are just a part of your every work-a-day>


    <In your free time we will have time for some friendly card-playing>


    <You will enjoy the wonderful clean FRESH AIR>



    <We can guarantee you are 100% safe from any hurricanes too!>


    <Sadly, all good things must come to an end, but for the rest of your days, everyone will know that you are a REAL cowboy!>
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  3. #22
    mx
    Nov 2004
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    Re: The Lost Mines of the Desert - Part V: The Lost Dutch-Oven Mine

    HI ORO, after looking at your picture, or is that CJ??, with the cactus, I now know why the sheep are afraid of you.

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

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    Re: The Lost Mines of the Desert - Part V: The Lost Dutch-Oven Mine

    hey gang,
    Scuba wrote "Old Bookaroo that was a great read. Too bad the mine was fake. I can't wait for part VI." I don't know where this has come from because, I have read a article that has it was found... This is Gold magazine Issue 1 Vol 1 Annual 1969, with the story directly told from Scholfield...

    PLL

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  5. #24
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    Re: The Lost Mines of the Desert - Part V: The Lost Dutch-Oven Mine

    Sorry to get off topic....has anyone heard anything at all from Old Bookaroo?? I am worried about him as he has not logged on in a long time and has not answered email either.

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    Re: The Lost Mines of the Desert - Part V: The Lost Dutch-Oven Mine

    thanks for taking the time to write these stories, they are very interesting and a great read. keep up the great work and hoping that you share all your writings with us. once again, thank you very much. ron 8)

 

 
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