Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by desertwalker » January 26th, 2012, 8:03 pm

WOW! Dr. Dark said it...EPIC! What an amazing journey. Thanks

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by Chip Cochran » January 28th, 2012, 9:59 am

Outstanding post York! You and PH gonna come out this spring/summer and help me find some specks?

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by Y.Morgan » January 29th, 2012, 10:48 am

Chip Cochran wrote:Outstanding post York! You and PH gonna come out this spring/summer and help me find some specks?
Hey, Chip! Thanks. I sure hope we can get out there this year. It would make a great spring trip to come out and hunt specks with you.

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by TNWJackson » January 29th, 2012, 4:28 pm

Insanely cool post. I must get to SW US.....I must get to SW US.....I must get to SW US.....I must get to SW US.......I must get to SW US....

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by justinm » January 29th, 2012, 6:43 pm

This post was ridiculous, thanks for taking the time. I know it takes a while to get yourself together to do a large post. I think you get the point of a forum like this, and let the haters hate. They will no matter what you do man. I'm done picking my jaw up and i have a question for you.

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by Chip Cochran » January 29th, 2012, 9:37 pm

TNWJackson wrote:Insanely cool post. I must get to SW US.....I must get to SW US.....I must get to SW US.....I must get to SW US.......I must get to SW US....
Yes, yes you do Tim.

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by Bill Love » January 29th, 2012, 11:04 pm

York, that was one fantastic post. But you knew that already! I really loved your commentary too. It all inspired me to ask a question --- Check your email, OK?

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by Chip Cochran » January 30th, 2012, 10:13 am

York, would be awesome if you guys could make it out. Always have a place to crash if you do.

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by Brendan » January 30th, 2012, 10:33 am

justinm wrote:This post was ridiculous, thanks for taking the time. I know it takes a while to get yourself together to do a large post. I think you get the point of a forum like this, and let the haters hate. They will no matter what you do man. I'm done picking my jaw up and i have a question for you.

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Justin it's an Arizona Black rattlesnake.

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by justinm » January 30th, 2012, 10:57 am

Ok so it's a juvenile Cerb? I'm not as good as I would like to be on the buzztails out West.

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by Paul Huang » January 30th, 2012, 11:44 am

Chip Cochran wrote:York, would be awesome if you guys could make it out. Always have a place to crash if you do.
Only if you throw in rubers, helleri, boas, zonatas and a switaki :mrgreen:

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by CCarille » January 30th, 2012, 11:59 am

Excellent post York! Very entertaining from start to finish with some fantastic photography!

I believe Hans mentioned it first, it was nice to see a post that included everything!

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by Fundad » January 30th, 2012, 12:29 pm

Speechless.. :beer: :thumb:

Another round of great photos.. :thumb:

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by cayrip » January 30th, 2012, 12:32 pm

York,

Your post makes me want to walk out of the office and head south until I find temps warm enough for herps. I guess I will have to wait. Thanks for sharing!

Cameron

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by Y.Morgan » January 30th, 2012, 2:19 pm

Wow - thanks again to all of you for your nice compliments!
Paul Huang wrote:Only if you throw in rubers, helleri, boas, zonatas and a switaki
:shock: You don't even like boas and lampros, Dude! :D
justinm wrote:Ok so it's a juvenile Cerb?
Sorry about the delay there, Justin. Yep, it's a juvie Cerb. I probably should've labeled it since the juvies look so much different than the adults. I probably wouldn't know what it was if I hadn't been there.
cayrip wrote:Your post makes me want to walk out of the office and head south until I find temps warm enough for herps.
I hear you! It's pretty warm here today and I'm hating that I have to work!

Thanks again all of you,
York

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Re: Wanderlustlessness in New Mexico & Arizona

Post by Tim Borski » January 30th, 2012, 7:17 pm

A thousand thankyous, Sir. The habitat shots alone have me reeling...and then there's the herps and the inverts and the duct tape....
This has it all in spades and ALL is top shelf!

:thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :beer:

Tim

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