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2006 PHOTOS, page 11
Seven hummers at the ranch house. Count them!
Five hummers in this picture
At the 'cattle' roping area the hummingbirds are busy and plentiful.
Horses moved, or I just can't aim well!
Horses near Ponil Turnaround.
This is 'Strawberry', the horse I rode at Ponil. Take a bow, Strawberry!
Strawberry is one of the biggest horses in the herd.
These are Donkymobiles, they have 'buck-it' seats.
Horses running free, outside the fence, near the Ponil Turnaround.
This is 'Strawberry', the horse I rode at Ponil.
Take a bow, Strawberry!
Strawberry is one of the
biggest horses in the herd.

At the 'cattle' roping area
the hummingbirds are
busy and plentiful.

Seven hummers at the
ranch house. Count them!

Horses near Ponil
Turnaround.


Up a tree, while waiting for
the bus at the Turnaround.
These are Donkymobiles,
they have 'buck-it' seats.

Five hummers in
this picture.


Horses moved,
or I just can't aim well!

Horses running free,
outside the fence, near the
Ponil Turnaround.

All aboard for the 10am bus
out of GOD's Country!
.
All aboard for the 10am bus out of GOD's Country!
Up a tree, while waiting for the bus at the Turnaround.
From:
NEW MEXICO I’VE MISSED YOU
by Ken Konopka


Summer's endin',
people leaving,
sadness through
and through.

Say good-bye
to the people,
the mountains,
the sky’s azure blue.

No one really wants to leave,
but obligations do persist.

We'll leave with the spirit
in our hearts, New Mexico
you will be missed;

New Mexico you will be missed,
New Mexico-a-ho
will be missed,

New Mexico-a-ho
will be missed.


IWGBTP!
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"The hardest
thing about
going home
from Philmont,
is leaving HOmE"

.                                                       David Lagesse