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Old 07-13-2011, 06:26 PM  
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El burro!!!

Arizona wild Burros


Burros were brought into AZ first by Spanish/Mexican explorers settlers etc., but these were brought in by miners/prostectors and accidently released. Now their descendants are out here on the desert wild.
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Old 08-08-2011, 12:00 AM  
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Great pictures, HiHood.

Where did you find these guys?
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Old 08-08-2011, 06:56 AM  
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LOL I came into this thread thinking you were going to talk about a hole in the wall Mexican restaurant.

Burro = Burrito (Slang/Americanized)
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Great pictures, HiHood.

Where did you find these guys?
these guys are way up here in Mohave Co.
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Old 08-08-2011, 10:00 AM  
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LOL I came into this thread thinking you were going to talk about a hole in the wall Mexican restaurant.
me too

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Burro = Burrito (Slang/Americanized)
Tohono O'odham (the Desert People) call them Burros too, their tortillas are as big as 55 gal drum lid and hold red chili wiht no leaks. Burrito is spanish for small Burro....
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Old 08-08-2011, 11:51 AM  
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Tohono O'odham (the Desert People) call them Burros too, their tortillas are as big as 55 gal drum lid and hold red chili wiht no leaks. Burrito is spanish for small Burro....
Sweet! +1 to the Tohono O'odham tribe!

I am rather familiar with some of their customs and whatnot. If you remember the '3 Points General Store' (aka Papago Trading Post) and the store that was in Sells (before it shut down) our paths may have crossed
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Don't know much about the native American tribes mentioned. Don't know about the Yaqui or Opatas either. I do know about them big real real thin tortillas harinas Sonora style though or the tortillas mais down round Tubac way cooked over open mesquite fires and served with carne chiva, frijoles y salsa. DANG! now I gotta go EAT!!
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Old 08-08-2011, 12:28 PM  
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I think we discussed this before, your fmaily ran the stores right? I worked for the Nation for ten years building houses in the boonies and what not....nothin like a us surplus spam/tater burro with mustard mmmmmm really
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I think we discussed this before, your fmaily ran the stores right? I worked for the Nation for ten years building houses in the boonies and what not....nothin like a us surplus spam/tater burro with mustard mmmmmm really
ah no, you must be talking to or about someone else.
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I wish you guys would knock it off. You're making me really hungry.
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