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It's Here Somewhere, Say's Phoebe, San Antonio NM, April 15, 2010
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  • An Apache Defilade in the Florida Mountains
    • Back in the day when the Apaches and the American Buffalo Soldiers were getting it on the Apaches had a view point in the Florida Mountains across from Rockhound State Park where they could get a few hours warning when an Army party left their Cook's Spring encampment.
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