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  1. #1
    Delta Hunter

    Baja Treasure?

    I remember hearing from an old timer a tale about a lost / abandoned Mission on the eastern coastal area of middle Baja years ago, in a currently un-inhabitated area. Does any one have any more detail on this? All help appreciated!!!

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    us
    Jul 2003
    kentucky
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    Re: Baja Treasure?

    There are so many lost/ abandon missions, its like trying to find the needle in a hay stack
    Read this letter in treasure leads,

    Letter telling about Sonora Mexico, 1826

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    mx
    Nov 2004
    Alamos,Sonora,Mexico
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    Re: Baja Treasure?


    I remember hearing from an old timer a tale about a lost / abandoned Mission on the eastern coastal area of middle Baja years ago, in a currently un-inhabitated area. Does any one have any more detail on this? All help appreciated!!!

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    HOLA: I sent an em answer to this, sorry room; You are undoutedly referring to the "Lost Mission of Santa Isabella" approx. 1/3 of the way down from 'San Felipe".

    Look for a book by my mentors Dana & Ginger Lamb. They supposedly found it once then wrote a book about it.

    I don't remember the name right now, but go to a seach site and look for "The lost mission of Santa Isabella" and it's variations. I wlil check further also.

    Jose de La Mancha ( I tilt windmills , legends, & Shibboleths )
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

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    Delta Hunter

    Re: Baja Treasure?

    I think maybe your right Tayopa.... ordered the 4 books written by Dana already. Looks very interesting.. But, while researching I came accross another lost one named San Juan Bautista ( In Baja, Not California US.. There are 2 different ones) Any info from anyone? reports I read are very vague. I will continue researching... Is there any interest here? Should I post my findings for all?...

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    us
    Seeker of lost treasure's

    Oct 2005
    C.R. HKt.B Sometimes there's not a right way, or a wrong way. Sometimes there's only one way.
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    Post you findinfs Lost, Let us see what you have .....Roadquest
    Sometime's there's not a right way, or a wrong way.
    Sometime's there's only one way.

    Where there is no economy, people will create one.

    No one rule fit's all

    '' 17 Tons of Gold in New Mexico " Thread started in 2005.

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    us
    Seeker of lost treasure's

    Oct 2005
    C.R. HKt.B Sometimes there's not a right way, or a wrong way. Sometimes there's only one way.
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    Post your findings Lost Le us see what you have on it.
    Sometime's there's not a right way, or a wrong way.
    Sometime's there's only one way.

    Where there is no economy, people will create one.

    No one rule fit's all

    '' 17 Tons of Gold in New Mexico " Thread started in 2005.

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    mx
    Nov 2004
    Alamos,Sonora,Mexico
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    Re: Baja Treasure?

    author=Lost
    I think maybe your right Tayopa.... ordered the 4 books written by Dana already. Looks very interesting.. But, while researching I came across another lost one named San Juan Bautista ( In Baja, Not California US.. There are 2 different ones) Any info from anyone? reports I read are very vague. I will continue researching... Is there any interest here? Should I post my findings for all?...
    ~~~~~

    A) HOLA, of course post, but keep "X" to yourself.

    San Juan Bautista, is that the one located in the midrife section? If so, then you may be referring to the "lost Gold placers of the 3 amigos". The mission is not lost, it is almost on the present road were it crosses Baja. from west to East.
    ~~~~~~~

    Incidentally, Dana & Ginger Lamb were my mentors and personal friends. They were the reason that I tuned to Mexico instead of Alaska. Their canoe is now in the Adventurers Club in LA. -

    "www.Adventurersclub.org",

    Click on the logo to enter the room, there you will see the canoe that they built and sailed down the coast to the Panama canal. They actually were allowed to go through it. Later served as the advisor's to pres Roosevelt for "survival" for WW-2 personal..

    At that time Mexico had very few roads and was largely unknown in many areas.

    They wrote "Enchanted Vagabonds, Quest for the lost city , The lost Mission of Santa Isabella", Can't remember a fourth?

    They later established a wayward boys camp to rehabilitate kids. I believe that sossi is a graduate from there.

    Till eulenspeigle
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

 

 

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