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  1. Sweet! This was fun. Thanks for putting it together Bob!
  2. They would have taken it to a house of ill repute. So there must be a town where the post office stands where once there was a whorehouse. Where the “furocious beast” guards the “cave”! My final guess will be Silver City Post Office where hopefully a brothel once stood. 32°46'17"N 108°16'27"W
  3. Or maybe Cow Springs itself...32o25'57.47" N, 108o11'57.34"W. Major watering hole back in the day from what Edge told us... "But I do know 150 years ago, Cow Springs was a large, vibrant spring able to water hundreds of stock and people. When I was first introduced to Cow Springs in the mid 1960s there was maybe a shallow 200 sq' of surface water. When I returned for a visit around 2005, the spring was gone. All the giant, beautiful cottonwoods had been cut down to conserve what underground water was left."
  4. Another stab...33o09'31.22"N, 107o11'03.78" W. Under what is now Elephant Butte Reservoir...
  5. I have been through Vegas several times but not able to stop at Trujillo's. A couple of Hillcrest stops and Charlie's of course! How have you been? I haven't been on the forum in quite some time.
  6. Hillsboro Post office. 32o55'13.31"N 107o34'09.88" Its going into the "cave" of the drop box guarded by the "ferocious beast" of the eagle symbol. Its getting there when you drop it in the mail to me.
  7. I am searching for some hard rock core samples. I would like to have 3+" diameter cores that are at least 4" long. Can anyone point me in a direction?
  8. Thanks Mike. I had looked at a some images of stony meteorites, and it had a few similarities, but i was doubtful this was one.
  9. I found this stone awhile back and it has really piqued my curiosity. The "crust" is brown and cracked and appears to be about 1/8" thick where it meets a creamy white interior. I ground a flat spot that reveals very small metallic flakes that are sparsely scattered with small black inclusions as well. It is relatively heavy and non-magnetic. Can anyone help with it? Any feedback is appreciated.
  10. I wouldn't say Folsom or Clovis as it is not fluted. The hafting end is broken off of this corner notched projectile.
  11. Ed, I used to live in Show Low, and did a little stint in Heber. I love your neck of the woods!
  12. Ahhh.. La Vega... You can walk over to Lupe's Lounge for a cold one while your clothes are washing next door and your lady is washing your pick up...also next door. I love that place!
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