Leon Metz: Agriculture part of rich history in our region
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#1 May 16, 2011
Next time I'm in town I'll schedule a visit for the Hueco Tanks. It sounds like an interesting place. Thank you.
Since: Apr 08
Pie Town, New Mexico
#2 May 16, 2011
Mr. Metz stated the area was populated by the Apaches and Mansos. A great many of the Mansos' descendants are still here, only now they are known as Mensos. Lots and lots of Mensos in El Paso.
#3 May 16, 2011
Problem is most to the fertile land have rows and rows of new homes instead of rows and rows of crops!
#4 May 16, 2011
yeah, and they're all related to this Metz yokel... he just tweaked his name a little to sound a little intelligent!
Someone needs to invite Leon out to Hueco Tanks or better yet, Zaragosa.
You know, on a one-way tour!
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