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Mt. Taylor without snow in December :(

Discussion in 'NM- High Desert Cruisers' started by Dumpolina, Dec 20, 2017.

  1. Dumpolina

    Dumpolina SILVER Star

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    Played hookie last monday and headed up to Mt. Taylor. Cold, no wind on the top, and no snow. Excellent sunset though.

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  2. Dumpolina

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    Based on the MVUM, the look out road should be closed (I'd assume due to weather) but the gates were wide open.
    Saw no wildlife at all. Not even squirrels and such little critters.

    Slow moving vehicles, or roading the wide girls...
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    It's a sad year for snowfall so far - let's hope it gets better soon!
     
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    nice - thanks for sharing!
     
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    I've yet to go to Mt Taylor......nice pics Grant.
     
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    Maybe that's where our 'snow' run should be on New Year's Day....
     
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    We have the same problem up here in Pagosa Springs, even Wolf Creek has very little. Nice pictures
     
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