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Old 05-01-2012, 07:32 PM   #1
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US 64 Between Chama and Angel Fire NM

I need some information on US 64 between US 84 and US 285, this runs between Chama and Angel Fire NM. My chief concern is the grades and road condition. I will be driving a 36 ft Bounder towing a HHR and plan to make that run in late May.
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I need some information on US 64 between US 84 and US 285, this runs between Chama and Angel Fire NM. My chief concern is the grades and road condition. I will be driving a 36 ft Bounder towing a HHR and plan to make that run in late May.
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I just purchased the Mountain Directory West book which describes some roads that might be of concern. Here are two warnings on that route you are inquiring about. Hope you can read them.

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Old 05-02-2012, 06:07 AM   #3
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Thanks Cliff. Looks like that road is not to difficult. I stopped in CW in Fort Worth yesterday to get a copy of the Western Mountain Directory but they don't carry it in that store. They carry the Eastern (have that) but not the Western. Guess I will order it.
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