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Las Ciénegas

(nr Sonoita AZ) Las Ciénegas National Conservation Area had scenery that was similar to Buenos Aires. Lots of rolling hills with tall grass and mesquite trees. Just to the south of the preserve, near the town of Elgin, were vineyards of Arizona’s largest wine country. Besides checking out the area, I was interested to see […]

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Jémez Byway

(Jémez Moutains NM) The Jémez Mountains National Scenic Byway took me through the mountains and past several interesting locations. It was a steep climb with some tight switchbacks; but, Tardis handled it well. Valles Grande Caldera After Bandelier, the Valles Caldera National Preserve would have been a logical stop. It’s the largest volcano caldera in […]

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Tetóns West

West Yellowstone was my last stop in Montana, before heading south on US-20 into Idaho. I planned to skirt the west side of the Tetón Range to find some boondocking camps. After Island Park, a turn onto ID-47 tracked closer to the mountains. There were several forest roads that led to suitable boondocking spots, but […]

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