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bnmappraisal

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Wow! Nice photo Peter (y)
 

Mark K

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Just returned from a golf trip.

Mesquite NV, Wolf Creek golf course. Photos from a phone, not great quality.

The second photo is the tee shot, about 200 yards, over the ravine to the fairway. You can see the golfers ahead if you zoom in bit.Wolf Creek 1.jpgWolf Creek.jpg
 

Lee in L.A.

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Pretty sure my tee shot would splash down. :leeann2:
 

Mark K

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Pretty sure my tee shot would splash down. :leeann2:

This one is in St. George, UT. No splash here but a 200' drop on the left side. You can get a good bounce from the right side. As a matter of fact, one guy in our group, a good golfer, drove the green with the help of a couple of rock bounces. 320 yards.

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CANative

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This one is in St. George, UT. No splash here but a 200' drop on the left side. You can get a good bounce from the right side. As a matter of fact, one guy in our group, a good golfer, drove the green with the help of a couple of rock bounces. 320 yards.

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I remember a hunting trip my dad took me on there when I was 16. Beautiful country.
 

Lee in L.A.

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Horns? You need to get out of Encino and spend some time in the Tules.
LOL, OK antlers.

Despite Encino being, like, so bitchin' I rarely go there except for a job.
I do want to get out of town though. I prefer mountains.
 

Terrel L. Shields

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Council Oaks near Dardenelle, Arkansas where the Cherokees met and agreed to a boundary change for the Indian Territory. The Cherokee Line can still be traced from Pope to Marion County in Arkansas. Also, more infamous was the meeting of tribes opposed to the Osage who, along with a few whites, attacked Clermont's village near Claremore, Oklahoma. That village was created when Jean Pierre Chouteau encouraged a band of Osage to occupy a site next to a Caddoan mound some 25 acres in size near the Verdigris River. Chouteau was a fur trader and had a store where the Osage brought pelts to sell. Chouteau's name lives on in Oklahoma, and Pierre, SD was named after him. The Cherokee raid killed a number of old and women who were there while the younger men were west hunting buffalo. They captured many Osage as slaves and some people tried to buy them back but many died. Not a great chapter in Indian historycouncil oaks (Medium).JPGPIX_1208 (Medium).JPG
 
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