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#1 Sioux-baru

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 07:16 AM

The last time I went through NM, somewhere between Alamogordo and Tularosa, east? side of Hwy70 there is a homestead that has about 6-8? brats (mostly G1's) in the back:slobber:. however the owners at that time did not want to part with any of them of course.:horse: How I found them was purely by chance, I dont remember what I was looking for or maybe i was just out for a drive just exploring the countryside, who knows, that was several years ago. Anyway, I saw them from the dirt road. OBW, the house sits east of a N-S dirt road. I just cant remember what road it was on. Some were in good shape for a restore, some it looked like were used for parts.
If anyone happens to come across this place, Please get a name, phone number and the GPS coords. I would like to keep them in mind if they happen to decide if they ever want to sell. The desert air is keeping the bodies in pretty good shape.
one more thing, beware of the dogs...




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