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Old 03-06-2015, 07:34 PM   #43
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Thunderfoot,

that last picture looks like something I saw in the Willie Nelson movie Barbarossa

It was filmed around Terlingua
frizzen, that shot was taken from one of the pullouts on our way from the Chisos Basin toward Santa Elena canyon in BBNP. There is an old movie set on Hwy 170 headed west out of Lajitas that is in Big Bend Ranch State Park. Click the link below for a short video produced by Texas Parks & Wildlife.

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Thanks for sharing your Pictures it looks like a beautiful Drive.
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We live in Tucson. If you are in a campground with other people around you have nothing to worry about. If you choose to hike or backpack in the back country....well let's just say it's a good idea to exercise your 2nd Amendment rights.
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We live in Tucson. If you are in a campground with other people around you have nothing to worry about. If you choose to hike or backpack in the back country....well let's just say it's a good idea to exercise your 2nd Amendment rights.
Geez...absolutely no need to get uptight with hiking alone. Many, many hikers in southern Arizona are not that paranoid. We were 15 miles from the border yesterday - yikes...by ourselves.
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Geez...absolutely no need to get uptight with hiking alone. Many, many hikers in southern Arizona are not that paranoid. We were 15 miles from the border yesterday - yikes...by ourselves.
True. But there was that lady not long ago who was beaten pretty badly by narcos who stole her truck and left her for dead in the Chiricauas. You go ahead and not be paranoid and hope it's not you who becomes a victim. I choose to be armed, a few extra ounces is worth the peace of mind.
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Agree suferlou, why be putting your self in harms way, lots of dead folks said it will not be me, Sure, there are lots of safer places to hike than on the Mexico border for sure.
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