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Old 12-28-2006, 12:26 AM   #29
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Get off I-25 in San Antonio (NM) - route 380. It is not 1/2 mile off the highway. It looks like a dump, though - don't be fooled. Awesome.

Thanks Brad, for the directions to the OWL. The New Mexican and the Mexican food is AWSOME in this part of the country. I will stop by the Owl the next time I make the treck to Albuquerque and that famous Green Chile Cheeseburger. I hope they get their chilis from the Hatch, NM area (chili capital of the world) and I hope its Hot.
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Old 12-29-2006, 12:59 AM   #30
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Welcome to the forums.....I am new here, but have learned tons in just the past couple of weeks. Be careful....these Airstreams are addictive....I caught the buzz real fast.....sure is a lot of fun. Lots of great folks here and an endless knowledge base. Have fun and once again, WELCOME!
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Old 12-29-2006, 06:54 AM   #31
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Geeez, small world. With all these NM owners I would expect to see an Airstream around every bend. We call Sumner Lake home (16 mi. north of Fort Sumner). We're listed in the WBCCI guide as having parking so if you are in the area please visit. Cheers!

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Old 12-29-2006, 09:08 AM   #32
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Jon,

Thanks for the post and the offer of parking. Linda and I know the northwest corner of the state very well, but we're pretty green when it comes to the rest of the state. We're looking for places where we can camp. She's especially interested in places where there's also a body of water- doesn't have to be a big lake or anything.

Just need to get that two vehicle this spring! Can't wait until I have my Tundra.

Thanks again!

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Old 12-29-2006, 03:34 PM   #33
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For AZTLANCO, expect to receive your fries before the burger arrives. Also of interest is the dollar bills tacked to the walls by travelers. Every Christmas they take them down and give donations to various needy organizations. Usually amounts to a couple thousand dollars. The chile (NM spelling) is usually hot and from Hatch.
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Old 12-29-2006, 03:41 PM   #34
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For John HD, I have a 2004 VROD now. Had a hip replacement in 2004 and Surgeon suggested I get a lighter bike (like I needed an excuse to get a new bike). Wanted a VROD since I saw the first one at the HD display at Sturgis in 2001 (we were allowed to look, sit-on, listen to the motor, but NOT ride). Prior to this, (I have had many metric bikes over the past 30 years) I had a 93 Sporster with 26k, and sold my 97 Road King with 97k on it prior to the VROD which now has 28K and adding more. Hope to see you on the road, either riding on ASing.
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For John HD, I have a 2004 VROD now. Had a hip replacement in 2004 and Surgeon suggested I get a lighter bike (like I needed an excuse to get a new bike). Wanted a VROD since I saw the first one at the HD display at Sturgis in 2001 (we were allowed to look, sit-on, listen to the motor, but NOT ride). Prior to this, (I have had many metric bikes over the past 30 years) I had a 93 Sporster with 26k, and sold my 97 Road King with 97k on it prior to the VROD which now has 28K and adding more. Hope to see you on the road, either riding on ASing.
What is it about Airstreams and Harley Davidsons? Seems like everybody and their cousin have one . Maybe one of these days,, we will meet at one of the Christmas Runs, either El Paso or Las Cruces at the barn. I'l be driving my 65' Panhead (purple) on a ridgid frame, old time springer frt. end and 3" open belt drive.
Keep the rubber side down and the shinny side up!
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Old 12-30-2006, 08:04 AM   #36
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i think people who have either recognize the qualities of both.

here is a snap of my unit after the fork rebuild. it was a balmy 35 with clear roads so i took her out for a test run...

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I'm partial to Panheads,, and MAN! this is a "beauty".


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Old 12-30-2006, 01:54 PM   #38
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ernie

lets see a shot of your '65!

mine was a messed up half finished chopper when i got it. it is basicly stock now with a couple of minor items that i need to find.

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Welcome Quicksilver

We also have a Quicksilver and travel a lot to Colorado and New mexico. My
husbands sister lives in Sante Fe so we have a fun "camp" on the way to Texas to visit children in Waco and San Antonio. When in Texas you should seek out Corp parks they are usually on water and we have always enjoyed
them. Our Bambi is in storage until mid March so I envy you travlin around. Our first trip will be to NM and Texas. Do you have a lot of "Lookie Loos"? People stop us all the time, and young kids love it...always say "Coool Trailer"
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John HD,
Heres a picture of my 65' panhead.



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very nice!

looks like someone made plenty of trips to the chrome platers!

how do you like the magneto? i got tired of mine and went back to battery and points.

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