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Beatty residents (Burros) were very welcoming


BrianT

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Seemed like there were more Burros around Beatty than usual.  They hung out with us in the hotel parking lot for a while chomping on anything green.

 

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They also took handouts from the cars passing by.

 

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Badwater basin, with water (if you zoom in far enough to see it.  No Burros here, they're smart enough to avoid it.

 

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12 hours ago, mrduck said:

Getting directions from one of the locals on the good places to eat!

Hope his suggestions were good and he didn't make an Ass of himself   :facepalm:

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Those thing have become an nuisance out there. I lived on Fort Irwin (40 miles north of Barstow) in the 90s it was rare to see a donkey except in the northern training area about 25 miles north of main post.  I travel back to Fort Irwin a couple of times a year and the main post area is overrun with the things. They have killed off most of the coyotes though. Last year the Army contracted with a firm from Texas who relocated 500 from main post.  

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