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    Where Exactly Is Archuleta Canyon

    I was looking at these beautiful Pics and was wondering where exactly These were taken and how to get there.

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    About 5 miles north of Chama.

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    Were we in Archuleta Canyon? I guess we were. Bet they have a bit of snow out there right now. That really is an amazing place. Can't wait to get back there.

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    Here:
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    Bryan, did you see that sign as we were leaving that said Welcome to NM near the ranch? I trust you that we were in NM all day but that messed me up. I like to know what state I am in.

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    You know, I'm second guessing it as well. My guess is that we probably pass over the boarder at some point ..maybe even several times throughout the ride. Not sure where the state line is. I always assumed that were were in NM.

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    my GPS was so helpful. I should post up all the data.

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    Heaven, Hell Or Houston

    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn. Biker123
    You know, I'm second guessing it as well. My guess is that we probably pass over the boarder at some point ..maybe even several times throughout the ride. Not sure where the state line is. I always assumed that were were in NM.
    Based upon the license plates on most of the vehicles at the trailhead, we were in Texas.
    See the trails, be one with FOO-MTB.
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    I thought it was the North Texas state of Oklahoma.

    Sure were a lot of guys named Bubba.

    "In ten years comin' to these parts I ain't never seen a bike before."

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    Ftfm

    Quote Originally Posted by greg de taos
    I thought it was the North Texas state of Oklahoma.

    Sure were a lot of guys named Bubba.

    "In ten years comin' to these parts I ain't never seen no bicycle before."
    Fixed that for me
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