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Old 12-17-2010, 02:57 AM   #1
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Where to go Boondocking in new mexico december - january

Looking for a good place off the beaten path that I can get 25' tt into for a week or two? Anybody know of a good spot off of I 40.I will wind up in apache junction az.
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When we are out that way we like to go to Chaco Canyon. The weather this time of year can be down in the teens at night. The roads are dirt/gravel for 10 to 15 miles depending on which way you go ( best to call ahead to see what the road conditions are) but it is off the beaten path with lots of solar and wind.
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Keep heading west and get out of that cold country !!
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