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Environmental consultant living in the Texas Hill Country. Spent seven years in Australia in the outback, including two years in Tasmania on an IUCN/WWF project to determine the status of the Tasmanian Tiger and two years capturing wild cattle and water buffalos on the open range wilderness of "Crocodile Dundee" country. "THE BULL CATCHERS" about my adventures in Oz was published in 2008, and is available from;; and
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Was this photographed on private property? I am very interested in knowing more about the specific location of this photograph both for its historic relevance (I'm a History Major) and its potential for climbing as there is no known climbing in the Abilene/Buffalo Gap region that I know of. This looks like a beautiful limestone cliff that could have wondrous potential for climbing.

wow great shot Papa Jim! Best regards, diego

I grew up helping my Grandfather in the West Grid and Hickory Pass Ranch. Good Times.I miss that place.

When was this taken?

Dannielle, things were very different when your grandfather was born on Brunette Downs. I was fortunate to experience the last of the real open range in the Territory. Check my website at

Chama River below Abiquu Lake

Brazos Peak, New Mexico

Carson National Forest in New Mexico adjacent to the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation and the Colorado border.

Beautiful pephia photo. VOTED Greetings Artur

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