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post #1 of 3 Old Sep 19th, 2006, 1:01 pm Thread Starter
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New Mexico To Colorado

My wife and I are going to Albuquerque on Oct 6 for a few days then going north west on Wendsday the 10th not sure where really just into the mountain and to Colorado. any area that way that is on "The Don't Miss" list that we should know about? we plan on a least 2 day in that part on the world before goin back to Texas.Thanks in advance for any ideas you send my was.

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post #2 of 3 Old Sep 19th, 2006, 3:16 pm
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Steve,

El Jeffe knows the roads up there very well, might shoot him a PM if he doesn't see this. Check the South Central section for the Red River Roundup messages from April and May, lots of loops to do on really good roads in New Mexico. Jeff posted these in a Mapsource file.

In Colorado, the Million Dollar Highway (US 550) from Durango north to Ouray is worth a ride if you're not afraid of heights. In New Mexico, US 64 from just a little north of Taos over to US 84, then north to Chama and into Colorado is a beautiful ride that goes through the Carson National Forest several times. I've detoured several times to make that one, just for the scenery and fast sweepers.

Dress warm, altitude and October can be weather intensive for us Texicans. And watch out for them damned horned rats and their bigger cousins...somehow they think that part of the country belongs to them!

Have a great trip!

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Brett:
Thanks for the info that's goin to help a bunch. This is my kinda ride plan the first half and the second well just see what happens

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