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Old 01-10-2011, 07:10 PM   #43
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Smile Check out Santa Fe

Santa Fe NM is the greatest the corps engineer parks are the best in the US Rancheros rv park is good plenty of hiking to do history sites are all over both nat and state we just spent 6 months there but have been going there for 4 years 7200 elv so it is cooler if you like fly fishing the Paco's river is one of the best in the west, bungee jumping the rio gorge by Taos we have some pic's of Santa Fe on my profile and on my blog which is a new travel blog Vintage travelers have safe travels Charles sean & Rondie

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Old 01-11-2011, 03:36 AM   #44
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I can do without the oilfield stuff as thats what I do and will be trying to get away from. But in a way it would be nice to pass by it and wave to the poor guys working.....there's a bright side to everything right?

Can't disagree there . . but the changes in vehicle configurations is of interest. Same for the unusual other types to be seen [agricultural], and correlated to the landscape changes as they occur. (We recently spent about a year in Beaumont, so your home area became familiar as we acquainted ourselves with a new locale.) Hope your trip plans flesh out satisfactorily.

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Old 01-25-2011, 09:16 PM   #45
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You can't beat Colorado in the summer. As a FORMER Texan (San Antonio, Houston, Huntsville), I *KNOW* Hot!

If you go out CO 149 from Creede about 15-20 miles then turn on Forest Road 520 you will find the most incredible places. There are numerous free campgrounds, Road Canyon Reservoir, the Rio Grande Reservoir, lots of hiking and exploring everywhere.

It is truly heaven on earth!

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