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Jorgeke

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This hacienda was built by the richest man of chihuahua state during late 1800 and early 1900.
Luis Terrazas who was chihuahua governor; cousin of Joaquin Terrazas who led the expedition to tres castillos ( three castles mountains) where Vitorio Apache chief was killed during that expedition, which was organized to capture or kill him.
This beautiful hacienda is 25 minutes from chihuahua downtown, in middle of neibirhoods and commercial stores, still many thorn bushes around.

Today finding was just a bullet case from. Mexican revolution era.

Any comments or questions are welcomed
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Jorgeke

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No any coins o relics this time, better times will come!

This hacienda was built by the richest man of chihuahua state during late 1800 and early 1900.
Luis Terrazas who was chihuahua governor; cousin of Joaquin Terrazas who led the expedition to tres castillos ( three castles mountains) where Vitorio Apache chief was killed during that expedition, which was organized to capture or kill him.
This beautiful hacienda is 25 minutes from chihuahua downtown, in middle of neibirhoods and commercial stores, still many thorn bushes around.

Today finding was just a bullet case from. Mexican revolution era.

Any comments or questions are welcomed View attachment 2129542 View attachment 2129631
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Jorgeke

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No any coins o relics this time, better times will come!

This hacienda was built by the richest man of chihuahua state during late 1800 and early 1900.
Luis Terrazas who was chihuahua governor; cousin of Joaquin Terrazas who led the expedition to tres castillos ( three castles mountains) where Vitorio Apache chief was killed during that expedition, which was organized to capture or kill him.
This beautiful hacienda is 25 minutes from chihuahua downtown, in middle of neibirhoods and commercial stores, still many thorn bushes around.

Today finding was just a bullet case from. Mexican revolution era.

Any comments or questions are welcomed View attachment 2129542 View attachment 2129631
Robertk,

You are right it was a lot of people hunting in this place. Good news is that some vegetation around was recently removed, that could be a great opportunity, al just spend 1.5 hours and nothing but Iโ€™m pretty sure there are something waiting to jump ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ
 

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Robertk,

You are right it was a lot of people hunting in this place. Good news is that some vegetation around was recently removed, that could be a great opportunity, al just spend 1.5 hours and nothing but Iโ€™m pretty sure there are something waiting to jump ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ
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No any coins o relics this time, better times will come!

This hacienda was built by the richest man of chihuahua state during late 1800 and early 1900.
Luis Terrazas who was chihuahua governor; cousin of Joaquin Terrazas who led the expedition to tres castillos ( three castles mountains) where Vitorio Apache chief was killed during that expedition, which was organized to capture or kill him.
This beautiful hacienda is 25 minutes from chihuahua downtown, in middle of neibirhoods and commercial stores, still many thorn bushes around.

Today finding was just a bullet case from. Mexican revolution era.

Any comments or questions are welcomed View attachment 2129542 View attachment 2129631
Cool!!! Congrats!!!
 

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No any coins o relics this time, better times will come!

This hacienda was built by the richest man of chihuahua state during late 1800 and early 1900.
Luis Terrazas who was chihuahua governor; cousin of Joaquin Terrazas who led the expedition to tres castillos ( three castles mountains) where Vitorio Apache chief was killed during that expedition, which was organized to capture or kill him.
This beautiful hacienda is 25 minutes from chihuahua downtown, in middle of neibirhoods and commercial stores, still many thorn bushes around.

Today finding was just a bullet case from. Mexican revolution era.

Any comments or questions are welcomed View attachment 2129542 View attachment 2129631
Most people would ask why nobody finds anything around a place like that, but the truth is.... if it looks like that and can be hunted, everybody in the last 40 years has gone there .... ha ha ha
We used to see that in Spain around old castles or buildings that were hundreds of years old and nothing found, until someone explained to me that ..... well... everyone can see it so it's the first place everyone goes !!
 

KaiCor

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Most people would ask why nobody finds anything around a place like that, but the truth is.... if it looks like that and can be hunted, everybody in the last 40 years has gone there .... ha ha ha
We used to see that in Spain around old castles or buildings that were hundreds of years old and nothing found, until someone explained to me that ..... well... everyone can see it so it's the first place everyone goes !!
Yeah, there's not much left in places like this anymore. But sometimes you can try your luck for fun.
 

TORRERO

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Yeah, there's not much left in places like this anymore. But sometimes you can try your luck for fun.
I'm with you on that... I tend to see that glass as half full, until I realize that it's actually empty... I'll hunt anywhere once to see if something pops out... than I probably avoid it after that ... ๐Ÿคฃ
 

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