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  1. Jungle Jim

    Jungle Jim Well-Known Member

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    Yaaaaaaaaaaaawn.......................

    Crescent Bay AKA: Fag Beach CA.

    Sorry I don't recall spewing any BS about the place. If so you can sure hold on to a grudge. Might think about moving on?

    Your "Beaded Lizard" was most likely a release by a pet owner. I've collected many of them, mostly in the area around Navajoa down in southern Sonora.

    JJ AKA: Fat Assed Blowhard
     
  2. Kenny

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    Hey, if he hadn't been spending his time looking at my " naked skinny white ass", instead of the whole picture, he just might have realized it was taken down Santo Tomas way at the spit.
    Notice that though he had a lot to choose from, he focused in on my ass. LOL Now if he say's he didn't actually see the picture he was told about it, what doe's that say about both of them?
     
  3. Jungle Jim

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    Hey Kenny............

    Your butt shot was way before my time on this forum, I was made aware of your skinny naked white ass from yer old bud Tecate Runner when he was discussing the Maricones, Quekos and Culeros that were infecting this site and subsequently being permanently banned. BTW how is he doing these days?

    Yer Bud, Blow Hard
     
  4. Kenny

    Kenny Well-Known Member

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    Of course you don't remember it because it was a bunch of made up shit, but it was a good "story".
     
  5. Jungle Jim

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    Well thanks for the positive comment, Bud....................

    It's known as "embelishment", I learned to do it when teaching sand monkeys how to maintain Hueys.

    I am very interested in that post, can you still pull it up? Gotta admit this alzheimer thing is catching up to me fast.

    JJ
     
  6. jerry

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    Building houses in the foothills of the various .mountains that surround Tucson for 20 or so years I destroyed a lot of native habitat and "rescued" twenty Gila monsters or so that were just minding their own business till me and my stinking machines came into their lives.They have bad breath but sure are easier to move than snakes.
     
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    You seem to have memories of it being "Crescent Bay AKA: Fag Beach CA." so I'll just leave you to embellish on your fixation as I'd hate for you to forget those sweet times you must have had there.
     
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  8. MIRAMAR

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    Boys boys, boys, you are going to be banned!
     
  9. Jungle Jim

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    Yo Jerry..............

    I'm a heading down yer way tomorrow for a long weekend, you gonna be there? Last summer I was at Cap'n K's place shootin da sheet and noticed that there were a lot of small Boojum Trees in the neighborhood yards. I asked him if they came from Baja or the Sierra Seris. He said they were from a hill that he pointed to just off to the southeast of his place. You ever been there? I want to check it out on Saturday afternoon when we head back from El Desemboque. We will hit the beach at your place then Jeep down the the fish camp, get a few kilos of fresh panga caught Gulf Blues then head back to PP and maybe climb the hill and get some pix of the Boojum's, and maybe grab a few baby Gila Monsters for the barbie on Saturday night. Any input?

    JJ
     
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    Sounds fun... interesting..the ones I have seen are at cielo point south of libertad....were they in the big brown house yard second from the end? Good luck!
     
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    Yep, that is the yard that I saw them in and if they are in fact from that nearby hill, it extends their known range north around one hundred miles from the south of Libertad population. Lotsa Monsters east of Libertad. When they paved the road over to the main highway that strip was a herpetologist's dream come true. Back in 02 I did a couple of nighttime runs on it and the reptile life was just incredible. I saw seven Gila Monsters on it in two runs, all were small, largest maybe a foot long, some of the little ones were only six inches or so. I had never seen them that small before. I kept a larger one, a road kill, skinned it and made a hat band from it. Sadly that brown Beaver Stetson blew out of my Jeep without me knowing it somewhere out on I-8.

    JJ
     
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    I know Val ( the home owner)buys plants from the nursery in Caborva on the east end of town...they have some interesting stuff but not cheap...can't picture the hill....you mean Germans point 3 miles south?
     
  13. Jungle Jim

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    Yo Jerry............

    That hill or small sierra that Kapt'n Scotty pointed out to me is to the south east, close to the road from El Desemboque to the main Hwy. It's out there maybe a mile or so from the pavement. I can't find it's name as of yet. That area is where the giant Cardon cacti start to mingle in with the Saguaros and Senita pipe organ cactus forest. Did finally see some Gila's in PP yesterday, at Sam's Club, in one kg. bolsas, about thirty of them, Cafe molida marka "Gila" with a nice Gila Monster on the sack.

    JJ
     
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