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Ideas for New Mexico trip?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tRidiot, Apr 11, 2021.

  1. chadh2o

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    Damn shame the NM health dept shut down the Capulin restaurant. Best burger twenn there and yonder.
    Silverton eats, The Pig. The food network did a show with them a few years ago.
    Durango eats, San Juan Brewery. Good food and better brew.
    Ouray eats, see pic. Big red building on east side on main st with crayon all over the walls.
    Add. Maggie's Kitchen in Ouray.
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    I have rode the Cumbres and Toltec twice and have had a blast each time. 90% of the time I would be in the open air car taking pictures. Their season opens memorial Day weekend, I think. It's well worth the cost of admission. I usually stay in pagosa springs and make the short drive to Chama.
     
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    Been there, had a very tasty burger. Wrote my name on the wall somewhere.
     
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    Why didn't you like the trip from Antonito to Chama?
     
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    Snow maybe a little deep that early in the season, but they do dozer some trails up high. This was north of Silverton a couple years ago, late June. tapatalk_jpeg_1494294347506.jpg
     
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    We found the same caused by snow avalanches in that same location in July. Two years ago.

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    Definately take a fishing pole. And a camera. You never know what will walk down the street. IMAG0271.jpg IMAG0331.jpg
     
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    A few years ago I stayed in Victor Colorado at a friend's house, the guy that was running the liquor store next door was outside on the barbecue while it was snowing and there was a fox hanging out begging for scraps. What does the fox say? I want chicken!!
     
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    If you make it to Taos, drive on a little further to Arroyo Seco.
     
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    They had a pretty good ice cream stand there last time I was there. “The Taos Cow”. Heck... even just drive all the way up to the ski valley. That’s a beautiful drive all in itself.
     

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