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  • LSJC Invades Red River New Mexico

    LSJC Invades Red River New Mexico
    Red River New Mexico.jpg


    We've all had a few rough months with the COVID-19 and such.
    Come join LSJC for some time away in the beautiful city of Red River New Mexico


    July 11 thru July 17, 2020
    Feel free to come for the week or just a few days
    Whatever your schedule allows


    Beautiful scenic trails and tourist attractions


    Post up your plans if your gong to attend
    Date you will be arriving, and how long your staying


    We will plan to meet up and do some trails/
    sightsee.
    Last edited by Alice_in_jeepland; 06-05-2020, 09:16 AM.

    Alice_in_jeepland
    Jen Barnett
    Treasurer
    2011 Jeep Wrangler JKU
    LSJC Member, Trail Leader

  • #2
    Whose coming when

    1. Branden and Jen Barnett - 11-17
    2. Jim Kinney - 11-17
    3. Claudie Grayson - 10-18
    4. Ryan Kynard - 12-16
    5. Dana Boatman - 11-17
    6. Rick and Brenda - 11-17
    7. Joe and Cindy Miller- 11-17
    8. Dave and Patty Recca - 8-13
    9. Rusty and Randi Kennedy- 11-17
    10. Eder Rodriguez 13-15
    11. Larry and Mel Pacos 11-17
    12. Charles and Michelle Turnbow 11-
    13. Dwayne Alexander 11-
    14. J.C. and Judy Adrian 14-16
    15. Shane Weber/wife/son 11-17
    16. Chuck and Margaret Wise 11-17
    17. George Clarabut 11-17
    18. Mike Hooper 11-17
    19. Gaylia and Marvin Hughes 8-13
    Last edited by Alice_in_jeepland; 07-04-2020, 07:43 AM.

    Alice_in_jeepland
    Jen Barnett
    Treasurer
    2011 Jeep Wrangler JKU
    LSJC Member, Trail Leader

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    • #3
      Hate that we can't make this! We were really looking forward to it but the Covid has our company at a minimum and I have to keep the bills paid.
      Jeff
      2013 JKU Rubicon w/Antirocks, Front Artec Truss & Gusseted, Full Rock Hard Skids, RK 3.5" Max Travel, 37" Nittos, Beadlocks, PS Front Stinger, 10K Winch, LoD Rock Sliders, LoD Shorty Rear w/Tire Carrier
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      • #4
        Sharon and I will be there for the entire time, we are excited and looking forward to some fun with our fellow keepers. Also looking for more information so we can make the proper accommodations before it’s too late.
        2020 Ocean Metalic Blue JLUR
        3 1/2” Clayton lift, 3.1 Falcon shocks, Motobilt rockrails & skids, 37” Dirtylife wheels, Toyo MT tires, homemade bumpers SB 10.000# winch, Rhino rack roof rack, CB & GMRS radios.

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        • #5
          I will be attending alone, arriving on Friday the 10th through Saturday the 18th. Medium group for me.
          2019 'Mojito' JLR(bone stock)
          2015 Cherokee KL(traded in)

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          • #6
            Originally posted by vanburi View Post
            I will be attending alone, arriving on Friday the 10th through Saturday the 18th. Medium group for me.
            There's not going to be groups. The trails are all easy, more trail riding than crawling.

            Alice_in_jeepland
            Jen Barnett
            Treasurer
            2011 Jeep Wrangler JKU
            LSJC Member, Trail Leader

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            • #7
              I’m planning to be there 7/12-7/16.

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              • #8
                I've never been to the area so, is there a general area to look for a place to stay that would be central the the activities?
                2019 'Mojito' JLR(bone stock)
                2015 Cherokee KL(traded in)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by vanburi View Post
                  I've never been to the area so, is there a general area to look for a place to stay that would be central the the activities?
                  Hardtimes will post information up soon about lodging and such.

                  Alice_in_jeepland
                  Jen Barnett
                  Treasurer
                  2011 Jeep Wrangler JKU
                  LSJC Member, Trail Leader

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                  • #10
                    Kim and I are likely to be there the entire time.

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                    • #11
                      Brenda and I will be there July 11-17.

                      Red River is a tourist town for people just wanting to get away from the heat in the summer and skiing in the winter. It's a very quaint little town that has a lot to offer from shopping, restaurants, sight seeing and of course trail riding. Red River has always taken pride in keeping an old town image. Everything is "mom and pop owned" except for the Best Western hotel there. Somehow they managed to build but everything else is privately owned and they welcome visitors. Although it is summertime the weather can be unpredictable. They have pop-up thunderstorms some afternoons especially in the higher elevations. The wheeling around Red River is something a stock Jeep can do with no problem. Matter of fact airing down is not required unless you want a smoother ride. There are some obstacles but nothing like we are use too.

                      There are lots of places to stay and everything has opened back up. There are Airbnb, Vrbo and websites to make reservations. There is everything from motel rooms to houses to rent. There are two campgrounds and you may camp for free in the Carson National Forest. If you do......remember to keep your food locked up. Bears love to see tourist campsites come along with food out. I'm thinking one day (maybe Monday or Tuesday) going over to Taos and Rio Grande Gorge and drive the Enchanted Loop back to Red River.

                      https://taos.org/what-to-do/landmark...-gorge-bridge/

                      https://taos.org/plan-your-trip/maps...-driving-tour/

                      Her is a couple of websites to check out for lodging.

                      https://redriver.org/lodging/all-lodging

                      https://www.airbnb.com/red-river-nm/stays

                      https://www.vrbo.com/vacation-rental...xico/red-river
                      Last edited by Hardtimes; 06-07-2020, 06:10 AM.
                      Rick Spigelmyer (214) 251-7092

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                      • #12
                        We are in for the entire time! There will be 3 of us and looking forward to escaping for a week....

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                        • #13
                          So where is everyone staying? Red River, Taos, or some other town? Same place or scattered?
                          Last edited by RedRubiconLJ; 06-07-2020, 03:22 PM.
                          2015 JKUR Red
                          2013 JKUR Black SOLD
                          2005 LJR Red SOLD
                          2004 TJ Silver SOLD
                          1993 YJ White SOLD

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                          • #14
                            We have opted to stay in a hotel booked thru VRBO 07/10- 07/18 it’s across the street from the local brewery in Red River. Glad to see the list growing and we are looking forward to a relaxing time in the mountains. This area has much to offer in picture taking so don’t forget your cameras.
                            2020 Ocean Metalic Blue JLUR
                            3 1/2” Clayton lift, 3.1 Falcon shocks, Motobilt rockrails & skids, 37” Dirtylife wheels, Toyo MT tires, homemade bumpers SB 10.000# winch, Rhino rack roof rack, CB & GMRS radios.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by RedRubiconLJ View Post
                              So where is everyone staying? Red River, Taos, or some other town? Same place or scattered?
                              We're stayin in Red River. Found a place on Airbnb.....A house behind the horse stables at the Y of highway 38 and Main (east side of town).

                              Thought we'd meet in the mornings somewhere like Shotgun Willie's or Brandenburg Park and go from there.

                              Taos is a 45 minute drive, Eagles Nest is about 25 minutes and Angel Fire is about 30 minutes.



                              Last edited by Hardtimes; 06-08-2020, 02:41 PM.
                              Rick Spigelmyer (214) 251-7092

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