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Small Mountain

Uploaded by: gilg72

Thursday February 16, 2012

Maxwell, NM (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Lonely small mountain near Maxwell.


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10. gilg72
7:06 PM GMT on September 07, 2015
Thank you for you note Linda.  Well the location is about half ways between Raton & Cimarron,  with Maxwell I think being a little closer.  Guess you could pick one of the 3, and be correct. 
I had not known of that Whittington NRA Center before.  We go to that Maxwell Wild Life Refuge at times.  and caught this photo  coming back from the Refuge to Cimarron. 
Been wanting to bet back to that Wild Life Refuge since we haven't been there since before the 2014 WU meet at Jackson.  Don't think we'll get a chance to go there before the  Moab trip.  maybe later on in the fall.  It's always a nice winter trip also, weather permitting. 

So sorry to hear you will not be at Moab.  We will miss you.   But ya gotta do whatcha gotta do.  Taking care of your business is your first priority anyway.    Been from Salt Lake City on north to Monana  and also from SLC to Wyoming.  Other than that I know nothing about Utah.   Will find out more now. 

Have a great Labor Day. 
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9. Luckystar
6:49 PM GMT on September 07, 2015
Yup, that's her and I LOVE your vision of her, Gil! I wonder what her name actually is, if any. I put Raton as the location, as I am not as familiar with the area and forgot about Maxwell. I always remember the Whittington NRA center along the way, but forgot the tiny town name. Thanks for your wonderful note! It is always a joy to hear from you. I do not think Harry and I will be at Moab this year. We've had abundant moisture this year, which has really increased our farm labor, though in the most delightful way. We will be having corn harvest and milo harvest before and after and maybe even during Moab, so a really busy time for us. We will be thinking of you and Margaret with love and joy though! Wishing you both a blessed Labor Day afternoon.
Linda and Harry
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8. gilg72
10:46 PM GMT on February 20, 2012
Thank you much Kathy, and Heidrun for your great comments.
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7. trailhiker44
8:44 PM GMT on February 19, 2012
The rock layers are very interesting !
They could almost point to the area being under sea level at some time in the geological history !
Fascinating shot, Gil !
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6. minnesotamom
6:39 PM GMT on February 19, 2012
The distinctive layers in this are fascinating---thanks for sharing with us! Even little mtns have their own beauty!
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5. gilg72
4:32 PM GMT on February 19, 2012
Thank you much Proserpina, for your nice comments.
No that is not a road up there. Does look like it tho, and I had same thoughts about it, tho I knew it was not. I sure wouldn't want to drive it if it was, tho I've been known to be crazy enough to do so!
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4. Proserpina
4:15 PM GMT on February 19, 2012
Amazing little mountain. Is that a road circling the mountain?
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3. gilg72
8:13 PM GMT on February 17, 2012
Thank you Leslie & Kat.
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2. ColoradoKat
4:09 PM GMT on February 17, 2012
It always amazes me when I see a lone mountain
like this, just rising up from the plains.
Cool shot, Gil!
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1. dixiedaughter
12:53 PM GMT on February 17, 2012
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