Post 189: A Joint Endeavor

There’s a city in Mexico well known for spectacular 40 meter high cliffs from which people dive into the beautiful blue ocean. They often live to tell about it. There’s also a good trade going in gold, although there aren’t that many mines in the area. Curious, that.

ACULPOCO BLANKET –

post 189 blanket

GORGEOUS FIREBIRD DESIGN BLANKET

Que sera serape. Your firebird looks suspiciously like the eagle on the flag of Mexico.

post 189 eagle

The embroidered letters are a might hard to make out, but I don’t think it says what Sparky wrote that it says. Thanks, Ralph, there’s so much suck in this ad, it has it’s own gravity field.

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3 thoughts on “Post 189: A Joint Endeavor

  1. [corey] Actually, the bird on the blanket is a Crested Caracara, often called the Mexican Eagle, and present on early versions of the Mexican flag. The modern flag has a Golden Eagle. [/corey]

    In any case. the bird appears to have deformed wings and shoulders — a Mexican ill eagle?

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