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Old 10-04-2013, 02:38 PM   #4285
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I'll stick with XP. Win7 and Samsung. linux, etc... thank you very much.
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I'll stick with XP. Win7 and Samsung. linux, etc... thank you very much.
X 2 Dunner I really like Windows XP....
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Did you two post on the wrong thread? One minute we're 4 wheeling, then we get Windows XP!
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We'er mutating. Do you mind? HuH?
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Steam Train

The railroad in New Mexico is call the Cumbres & Toltec. It runs from Chama, NM to Antonito, CO. I took the one day trip from Chama to Ozir, CO. Part of the fare includes a great meal at Ozir. They usually have about four entrees to choose from. Be sure to try the Buttermilk Pie.

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No pics. but when in the army, severals of us to take turns riding in the box cars from Wagwan to the other army bases to protect the gas powered model airplanes when we went from event to event. Every time the train stopped, we would either switch or get fresh beers. One of the ones were were protecting was a 21 lb, scale, 9 1/2' wingspan B-36.

Trains were pretty much the same as in your pictures.
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The railroad in New Mexico is call the Cumbres & Toltec. It runs from Chama, NM to Antonito, CO. I took the one day trip from Chama to Ozir, CO. Part of the fare includes a great meal at Ozir. They usually have about four entrees to choose from. Be sure to try the Buttermilk Pie.

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Inyo Driver - you have wandered onto the Rainbow thread of the RV Mutants. We appreciate your post and extend the offer to join us as a full fledged RVM. While anyone can post anywhere on iRV2 - we RVMs are a group of open minded, creative, free spirits. Some are vacationers - some are full time but all are mutants.

What joins us together is admitting that our rigs - whatever they may be - don't have some things and we don't miss them. We also make the journey our destination. If you'd like to join the curiosity of RVMs - tell us what your RV doesn't have and you don't miss. And proclaim the journey is your destination.

If it all seems a little strange then perhaps go back to the first few posts in the thread and read how it all got started. You may find yourself laughing and wanting to join in the fun. You may not. Either way - thanks for the post - and welcome to iRV2 - seems this is you 4th post and you've come to the right place.

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The railroad in New Mexico is call the Cumbres & Toltec. It runs from Chama, NM to Antonito, CO. I took the one day trip from Chama to Ozir, CO. Part of the fare includes a great meal at Ozir. They usually have about four entrees to choose from. Be sure to try the Buttermilk Pie.

These photos are from our 2007 trip.

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If you saw my pics then you recognized it as the same trip. We made that Jorney this summer. Your right, that was an excellent meal. I was willing to except so much less. Boy was I surprised. One problem with the big meal, made the afternoon ride very sleepy! Did you visit the sand dunes near Chama?
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The railroad in New Mexico is call the Cumbres & Toltec. It runs from Chama, NM to Antonito, CO. I took the one day trip from Chama to Ozir, CO. Part of the fare includes a great meal at Ozir. They usually have about four entrees to choose from. Be sure to try the Buttermilk Pie.

These photos are from our 2007 trip.

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Oh Geessshhhhhhh,

I just added that to the bucket list, it must be an interesting trip. thank you for posting the pics.

Cheers !!!
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Now that there looks like a great side trip, ya gotta love those old steam trains. There is supposed to be one in New Mexico that takes you up to Taos or something like that, but I dont have any of the particulars.

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Was in Taos this summer, didNt see any train there. Closest was the one in Chama. There is one also that runs from Durango, Co to Silverton, Co. We didn't ride it cause that the portion of the mountains we rode the Jeeps in.
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Trains

When I was a kid we lived in the country where a track ran right beside the house, only 2 trains a day. There was one in the early a.m. I used to wake up early to wave to the guy in the caboose from my bedroom window. During the winter when it was still dark, he would wave a lantern and I would use a flashlight! Once there was and amazing sounding whistle, and the train was being pulled by a steam engine. My grandfather was a railroad conductor. I have his railroad pocket watch.
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Choo Choo - mutant crossing..... My uncle worked his entire life for the Union Pacific RR - Ft. Smith to Kauffeville Ks (sp ?). When we would visit him he always took me to the train yard. He wore every hat from brakeman to conductor and everything in between methinks. The RVMdom is a place of many intersections.

Trying to catch a little nonsense on the TV before making the drive home tomorrow. Rainbow interruption ahead.

It has been a great journey. Looking forward to the next. I just want to say how much I appreciated knowing all the mutants were out there if I needed them. What a group - and what a Grande Curiosity we have ahead of us!
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Safe trip Steve, you know you've got to get back so you can retire!

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