Ducluc? I've never heard of that one before! Are you sure it's not near someplace like Dulce, NM?
I actually believe we crossed that exact bridge back in '85 when my (then) new bride and I were on a 3 week primitive excursion camping adventure in a ford ranger and a two man tent, LOL, when we got married, of course it may not have been "that" bridge.... however it was a great "blast from the past moment". We almost turned around around and went back to, what seemed like hundreds of miles to find a decent road, but our sense of adventure beckoned to continue forward. Amazingly we're still together today!
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eubank...you may be correct, Dulce.
It is way up at top of NM on a Apache reservation.
Road turns south in town, and I kept going straight.
Looked like a good road at first, then turned into dirt.
I really want to cross this bridge to see the other side, but backed out.
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1972 Argosy 24'... 1954 Feathercraft Vagabond
Anyone that's been there will probably tell you that we were crazy to take the trailer down the access road. 6 miles of a rough dirt road in the middle of a salty lake bed. But man, it was worth it. They were amazing.
We camped here. It is a state campground, but without any amenities. Wonderful place, really amazing landscape. At night there was a giant owl in the rocks just behind the trailer. The sound echoed throughout the campground, whoooo, whoooo!
One week to go, wish you all luck. What would be cool is that the next contest would have a greater percentage of newer Airstreams as potential candidates and winners. Vintage has taken the lions share of winnng votes each and every time. Let's expand the fun to all Airstreaming participants.