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nightflyer

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Fort Worth, TX, USA
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Jason
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Rogers
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We just got back from northern New Mexico. We camped around the Valles Caldera area and had perfect weather the whole trip. Camping is not allowed in the Valles Preserve but there are plenty of places around it to camp. We took NM FR 144 from the west side and took it over to its termination point in Espanola. There’s a pretty rough hill climb around the north side of the caldera but my 4Runner just climbed right up it although I did bash my fuel tank skid plate. A lift may be in my future. B1063A0A-201D-46BF-9EAE-C0636ED569C5.jpegD549085F-7F5B-4C7F-B630-A299C4904176.jpeg83BD8AC3-8C99-4CD8-8E92-EBB2C1F60498.jpeg
 

Downs

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Downs
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We just got back from northern New Mexico. We camped around the Valles Caldera area and had perfect weather the whole trip. Camping is not allowed in the Valles Preserve but there are plenty of places around it to camp. We took NM FR 144 from the west side and took it over to its termination point in Espanola. There’s a pretty rough hill climb around the north side of the caldera but my 4Runner just climbed right up it although I did bash my fuel tank skid plate. A lift may be in my future. View attachment 199937View attachment 199938View attachment 199939
I love NM. The NFs there are some of my favorite places to explore.
 

HeliSniper

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We just got back from northern New Mexico. We camped around the Valles Caldera area and had perfect weather the whole trip. Camping is not allowed in the Valles Preserve but there are plenty of places around it to camp. We took NM FR 144 from the west side and took it over to its termination point in Espanola. There’s a pretty rough hill climb around the north side of the caldera but my 4Runner just climbed right up it although I did bash my fuel tank skid plate. A lift may be in my future. View attachment 199937View attachment 199938View attachment 199939
I like your tent.....
 
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nightflyer

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I like your tent.....
Thanks. This was our second trip with it and we really like it. It’s a little on the heavy side but it sets up quick and we can stand up inside it. It’s an OzTent RX-4 and we bought it at CB Adventure Supply in Ft Worth.