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    Visiting Aztec/Farmington/Bloomfield New Mexico

    Hiya,

    We are going to visit a friend in Aztec right before Easter and while they are in school/work we were thinking of finding a few trails to play on. Anyone know of any in that area? This is our deciding factor as to if we are taking the Jeep or the car due to comfort.

    Thank you for your time,

    Dani W.

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    Still not sure of the Inner Fender color... I can always pressure wash it off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfette2 View Post
    Hiya,

    We are going to visit a friend in Aztec right before Easter and while they are in school/work we were thinking of finding a few trails to play on. Anyone know of any in that area? This is our deciding factor as to if we are taking the Jeep or the car due to comfort.

    Thank you for your time,

    Dani W.

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    Still not sure of the Inner Fender color... I can always pressure wash it off.
    Seeing how you mentioned it I vote pressure washer. I'm no help on trails in NM but take the Jeep I'm sure you'll be able to put it to use..

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    Glade Run Recreation Area, specifically Chokecherry Canyon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaJudge View Post
    Glade Run Recreation Area, specifically Chokecherry Canyon.
    Thanks. I will look it up.

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    We ended up checking out the Dunes since there was an Jeepin event going on at Chokecherry. We are not super social Jeepers.

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