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    How many from southern New Mexico

    Anybody in or near Las Cruces New Mexico please check in here if you would.

    Thanks , Mike Fifer
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    Mike:

    In case you've forgotten, I'm here in El Paso's Upper Valley.

    Larry Johnson
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    Quote Originally Posted by ljjohns View Post
    Mike:

    In case you've forgotten, I'm here in El Paso's Upper Valley.

    Larry Johnson
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    In case I have forgotten? You mean because I forget. Did I meet you at The Bean on a sunday AM?

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    I am here in Scottsdale, AZ! Sorry not closer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ-J View Post
    I am here in Scottsdale, AZ! Sorry not closer.
    Close enough Jordan.
    Welcome , Mike
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    We live south of southern New Mexico.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    We live south of southern New Mexico.
    Paul , The way you and Voni ride , you could live in TimBucTwo and still be close!!!


    Mike
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    I rode a Saddle Sore 1,000 from my home in Arkansas to Truth or Consequences, NM last month. You guys are truly fortunate. Southern New Mexico offers some of the finest riding I've experienced.
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    Never been to Timbuktu, but I went to college at NMSU...does that count?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lensuz View Post
    Never been to Timbuktu, but I went to college at NMSU...does that count?

    Yes , We are not the end of the earth , but you can see it from here.



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    I'm about 2 blocks from Larry, here on the Westside of El Paso. I've had several other locals yell at me at stop lights about a Beemer or K-bike they have, so there are several more around.

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    I graduated from NMSU in Las Cruces many years ago and get back there occasionally for a visit and to eat. Living in southern NM spoils you for all other "Mexican" food - Spanish Kitchen, My Brother's Place, Nopalitos...

    At least here in Dallas, Whole Foods and Central market bring in Hatch chilis every fall. We roast and freeze a bunch of them.

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    Hi, Mike,
    I'm also in El Paso, but on the east side. I work in Morenci, AZ, so I pass through Las Cruces quite often. I'm writing this from a friend's house in Thatcher, AZ. I'll be going home (and passing through Las Cruces) late tonight (Saturday) or tomorrow.
    Ride Safe,
    Phil Marvin - El Paso, TX
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    Hi Phil , Ride safe.
    What do you do at the Mine?

    Mike
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    Hi, Mike,
    For more than 30 years I was in the apparel industry, first as an industrial engineer and later as quality manager. After the last company told me my position was eliminated - effective immediately, I tried for a year to find another position in which my experience would be of value. I couldn't get one, not one, interview. So I applied at the mine and was hired. I drive one of the gargantuan haul trucks in the mine - for now. I expect more lay-offs to begin in March and wouldn't be surprised if I'm one that is laid off.
    Ride Safe,
    Phil Marvin - El Paso, TX
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