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Old 05-27-2013, 12:36   #36
CanyonMan
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Originally Posted by La26 View Post
Thanks for the great photos ! I love the old time West stuff, specially if it's Indian related. I Elk hunt on a ranch in Chama, NM that has lots of history. An old railroad ran through it, and arrowheads are found all the time (not by me though ). There are several caves on the ranch that have petroglyphs on the walls.
Bassman-Dan,I used to hunt in Robert Lee, Texas too on a ranch owned by Mr. Waylon Drennan and the photos do remind me of that area.
Thanks again CanyonMan- I will check back from time to time for more pictures !!


You boys are most welcome...

BTW, I know exactly where Chama, N.M. is. Been all over it !
One of my brothers, lives on the side of Flag Mountain in Questa, N.M. Elk every where there !



Here are a few more ranch pics.... For fun !


Hunting, Fishing & Camping

Hunting, Fishing & Camping

"One" of the still standing old hired hands quarters way way back down the canyon. The old boy died, his horse turned loose, and his saddle still sits on the porch. Should have went into the corral tack/stall area, but they choose to leave it on the porch !



Hunting, Fishing & Camping

Hunting, Fishing & Camping

Hunting, Fishing & Camping

Hunting, Fishing & Camping




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