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Re: You must have done something wrong in a past life! (lol)

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Posted by LittleLizard on November 01, 2002 at 06:36:54:

In Reply to: You must have done something wrong in a past life! (lol) posted by chrish on October 22, 2002 at 14:22:11:

:They are reasonably common under rocks etc in the open rocky country in Val Verde and Terrell counties. In south TX, I have found quite a few under trash around the towns of Freer and Bruni.

Huhmm, so you've found them near Freer? Next time I'm down that way I will definetly take a look. But isn't most of that land fenced off ranch land. I know for a fact you really don't want to piss off ranchers...also I've seen Border Patrol vans all over that area.
So where are these open rocky areas neer Freer? Lots of mesquite flat ranch land with Opuntia cactus or at least that's what I see from the road.
aka Bill

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