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Old 01-27-2014, 01:18 PM
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not sure how i missed this the first time around (probably because there's three of them) but piper turns 6 on 10/5. i know planning is still early but would it be possible to catch up to you on the 6th or 7th and then be on for the remainder?
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not sure how i missed this the first time around (probably because there's three of them) but piper turns 6 on 10/5. i know planning is still early but would it be possible to catch up to you on the 6th or 7th and then be on for the remainder?
Yeah, should be easy enough. Looking to have us camp around Wagon Mound, and out side of Taos in the Rio Grand Gorge. From there we will be making our way to Chama and SW Co.
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Yeah, should be easy enough. Looking to have us camp around Wagon Mound, and out side of Taos in the Rio Grand Gorge. From there we will be making our way to Chama and SW Co.
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OK, looks like my backyard. I'll see what I can do but between work and Elk season later in the month again its hard for me to pull it off. Call me somewhat tentatively in.
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OK, looks like my backyard. I'll see what I can do but between work and Elk season later in the month again its hard for me to pull it off. Call me somewhat tentatively in.
Hope you can make it this year!!!

Some thoughts: I want to set a day aside to ride the Silverton Narrow Gauge. Fitting for what where doing. This: http://www.durangotrain.com/ride-us/presidential-class looked classy and interesting.

Has any one in the group rode the Silverton? Trying to figure out logistics....

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Hope you can make it this year!!!

Some thoughts: I want to set a day aside to ride the Silverton Narrow Gauge. Fitting for what where doing. This: http://www.durangotrain.com/ride-us/presidential-class looked classy and interesting.

Has any one in the group rode the Silverton? Trying to figure out logistics....

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I'm hoping to be in.

I have ridden the D&SNG, and the Cumbres and Toltec (Chama-Antonito).

I think the scenery is more spectacular on the C&TS--ESPECIALLY that time of year. In fact, we usually ride it right around that time of year, and this year it may be October 4 anyway.

C&TS also isn't as "touristy" as the D&SNG, meaning you can wander around the yards and look at awesomely cool machinery.

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