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  1. Kyle1991

    Kyle1991 Banned Banned

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    Anyone else live in the land of enchantment? We don't usually have a lot of representation out there. Just wondering who else is on the 'dog and what area they're from.
     
  2. heavyarms21

    heavyarms21 Ryozanpaku Belt

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    I've been to Alomogordo, Albuquerque and Las Cruces , is that close enough
     
  3. Kyle1991

    Kyle1991 Banned Banned

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    You're practically a native, how did u like it?
     
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    thebluerider caelgender ftw

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    Nice mountains, poor people.
     
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    I currently live in Albuquerque managing the biggest bjj gym in the state. Got 3 more years until my wife is finished her phd and hopefully we get out. Nice place it breeds a very tough person but I'm in need of a change
     
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    Adamant GOLD BELT

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    Never been there. How hot does it usually get? What are the average temps for the four seasons like?
     
  7. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg tread lightly

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    There's a few of us on here. Dizzy, Timetravel, persuadertron. NewMexico1 obviously. Jesse pinkman aka Gabe.
     
  8. Kyle1991

    Kyle1991 Banned Banned

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    It's been 114 degrees where I live. People thing of it as a desert but it actually has an extremely diverse landscape. Pretty much everything from high desert, badlands, forrest, grassy plains, snow-capped mountains, etc. winter is usually fairly mild, with occasional spells where it dips into the 10's an teens. Spring and fall are both nice
     
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    Adamant GOLD BELT

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    Would you say it's hotter than Arizona in the summer?




    Dry heat or humid heat?
     
  10. Kyle1991

    Kyle1991 Banned Banned

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    Usually dry unless it comes after a rain. As far as Arizona, I don't know I haven't been there other than flying over it in a helicopter
     
  11. Persuadertron

    Persuadertron naw son

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    Here here

    Living near the foothills of the Sandia mountains.
     
  12. second sight

    second sight We have officially entered the "Age of Deception"

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    not me but I have a few of your elk in my home
     
  13. Bobby Boulders

    Bobby Boulders My Lovin' Is Digi Platinum Member

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    I'd rather go there than Idaho.
     
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    Cuzcatlan Bénir Henry

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    Took the kids to Santa Fe, Chaco Canyon, Los Alomos this past August. They loved it.
     
  15. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg tread lightly

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    Arizona is way hotter. Denver is colder. No humidity . It's really great weather unless you're comparing it to southern California.
     
  16. AxeMurderer2010

    AxeMurderer2010 Home Sweet Home.

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    Been through there, too hot and boring, 5/10 would not live.
     
  17. Lethal_Striker

    Lethal_Striker Silver Belt

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    NM is a place I want to visit at some point, I would imagine they would have some really good authentic Mexican restaurants to eat at while there.
     
  18. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg tread lightly

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    Mountains too pointy
     
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    El Chimpo Cruel Man Platinum Member

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    based on my knowledge of Lockup Raw... NM is a giant prison
     
  20. second sight

    second sight We have officially entered the "Age of Deception"

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    there are hundreds of reasons to visit New Mexico, Mexican food isn't one of them
     

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