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    SOAZ i really appreciate the invite! unfortunately i work on Saturdays, but ill have to make some time to join you guys once in a while!
    Been trying to get out and find a group that i can wheel with, I'm down for some beer some time!

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    That 40's is cleaner than the ones up here.

    New Mexico has some great scenery.
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    Glad you enjoyed your time in the Land of Enchantment! I was out on a few of the same roads you were last week running the NMBDR. We were not treated with wolf and bear sittings, though. I'm envious.

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    Great trip report!
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  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by AZ4X4DUDE View Post
    SOAZ i really appreciate the invite! unfortunately i work on Saturdays, but ill have to make some time to join you guys once in a while!
    Been trying to get out and find a group that i can wheel with, I'm down for some beer some time!
    No worries, we tend to do a couple trips each month so we'll find one.

    Quote Originally Posted by ttora4runner View Post
    That 40's is cleaner than the ones up here.

    New Mexico has some great scenery.
    Yah it does T. Next time you are in town let me know. It's been way too long.

    Quote Originally Posted by Abel Villesca View Post
    Glad you enjoyed your time in the Land of Enchantment! I was out on a few of the same roads you were last week running the NMBDR. We were not treated with wolf and bear sittings, though. I'm envious.

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    Ah, right on. We saw a few moto guys doing the NMBDR. We definitely got lucky as far as animal sightings go on this trip.


    Quote Originally Posted by DGarman View Post
    Great trip report!
    Thank you compadre!
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    Looks like an awesome trip. I love seeing pics of NM that folks would never picture as being in the state. There's a couple spots I like to go to up north that I could convince people was Scotland with the misty morning and rolling green hills.

    I'm really glad to have wound up here and get to call it home!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbombtek View Post
    Looks like an awesome trip. I love seeing pics of NM that folks would never picture as being in the state. There's a couple spots I like to go to up north that I could convince people was Scotland with the misty morning and rolling green hills.

    I'm really glad to have wound up here and get to call it home!
    Thanks!
    You're a lucky guy to get to call it home! I lived in ABQ for about a year for work and decided I'd live in Tijeras/Cedar Crest area and I'd have the perfect access to the outdoors and Costco! haha.
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    That's me. Right at the top of Sedillo Hill, east of "town", at 7000ft, and can hit Costco on the way home from work.

    I lived in Tucson, still own a rental home there, and really enjoyed that area too. But, the elevation and actual winter make Tijeras a really good fit. I'm not really a winter sports guy, but it adds to the charm of living in NM and sending pics of 30" snow falls to friends back east. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbombtek View Post
    That's me. Right at the top of Sedillo Hill, east of "town", at 7000ft, and can hit Costco on the way home from work.

    I lived in Tucson, still own a rental home there, and really enjoyed that area too. But, the elevation and actual winter make Tijeras a really good fit. I'm not really a winter sports guy, but it adds to the charm of living in NM and sending pics of 30" snow falls to friends back east. haha
    At the risk... no the certainty of getting off topic. This is or rather it sounds like it was in your neighborhood. I've never been to a smaller motorcycle get together with so many Vincent's present. The amount of obscure motorcycles around there is astounding! Haha.



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    Cheers, have a good one. I will visit your great state often and hopefully be a neighbor some day.
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