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Old 08-04-2009, 09:58 PM   #1
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Capulin Volcano New Mexico

WOW WOW WOW
What a sight to see, they closed the road up so we could get the bus up to the top for a look see and explore a trail
7800 feet and it was breathtaking

fun part was 1 st gear and engine brake at 12 mph all the way back down
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We just went there last month, very interesting. Could not believe all the lady bugs as we walked around the top. They closed the road for you? Neat that they would do that for you.
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Wow, I too, am surprised, but figured they did so for tour buses, so why not. We spent a week at the local campground in early June. Enjoyed ourselves.
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