The Tiwa Connection; Where Warm Waters Halt

Most of you readers know I don’t believe the treasure is in New Mexico.  I am living far from the place I grew up and retired from (Albuquerque) partly because I wanted to be closer to where I could search in Wyoming and Montana.  That said, if anything would get me back there (besides the red and green chili) it would be this bit of info that I am passing on via a link on Dal’s blog.   See if you searchers in New Mexico think it is worth a look-see.


Good hunting

Author: captpappy

Teacher, counselor, therapist, coach and a treasure hunter with 40 years of teaching and coaching people from kindergarten to sports professionals. Helping people achieve their goals is what I do. I taught K-12 and university level in Physical Education, Biology, life skills, and transitions. I have a Masters in Social Work with a mental health concentration and worked with families, adolescents, and chemically dependent groups. Treasure hunting is my new passion for the last eight years.

6 thoughts on “The Tiwa Connection; Where Warm Waters Halt”

  1. X marks the spot. Butte, Mt the “2 Bar Lazy H” RV park has warm water that halts in the bath house.
    Moving water in spring from snow melt, little to no water in Fall when it’s COLD and NO paddle is required.
    Something not there when he was kid, could be a manmade overflow dam. 200 ft from people frequently would be perfect for a site (campground) that no one wonders away from. Dams like this one would cool the warm water running down it.


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