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PALOMINAS PHOTO GALLERY - PAGE 7

THE ROVING PALOMINAS PAPARAZZI 

 

Sheriff's Deputy Dave Larimer is one of our local law enforcement patrol officers. He's got a busy beat this close to the border! 

The Palominas Apartments, with great views of all the nearby mountain ranges.  I can't say if they are in business or not!

 

Roadside memorial on Hwy92 near King's Ranch Road.
If you've ever wondered who this was for, here is the
tribute to the person that died here:
"En Memoria Victor Guerrero Olmedo, 20 Sept. 1996"

 

Did you know of this Registered National Historic Landmark? It is located on Lehner Road, which runs east off of Palominas Road.  It is named the Lehner Mammoth-Kill Site and was dedicated in 1967. The top plaque reads something and the bottom plaque reads something!  I started to place that information here under the photo, but its too long, and its too late, so you'll just have to drive out there to see it!  Quick, though - there might be a house built there soon.  Really, its neat that it is here, and you should see it.

 

In addition to a river of water running through Palominas, we also have a river of steel.  These tracks are not very often used though, and after I took the first photo on the left,  I started working my way south (That's Mexico there in the background), I must have walked miles (see how much closer the mountains look? - Thank God for telephoto lenses!) looking for old Hereford and other ghost towns.  About the only things I did find along the way were discarded articles of clothing and empty water bottles by the ton! Talk about a recycling opportunity.  Well, eventually, I did see a train, lumbering north on the solitary track through Palominas and whistling its farewell to a land of many blends and unique history.

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Judi MacNeil
Long Realty
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"Yes I CAN-WELD It"
Raymond Candell
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Judy Combs
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REPOGAZER OBSERVATORY
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The Bisbee Doll Doctor
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Rockin JP Ranch, Inc.
Joe & Patty Scelso
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