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Don & Kay
  • Red River, NM
  • United States
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Greg Beck commented on Don & Kay's photo
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Trying to get to our bird feeder - Aug. 2009

"He looks so cute, but have you ever seen the show " When animals attack " I wouldnt get too close personally !"
Jan 1, 2010
Don & Kay left a comment for Rita Hickey
"No problem with the altitude. Guess we've gotten acclimated."
Jan 1, 2010
Don & Kay commented on Don & Kay's photo
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Trying to get to our bird feeder - Aug. 2009

"He kept swatting at it but couldn't quite reach it! As another picture shows, he was later able to reach it by standing on his hind legs."
Jan 1, 2010
Rita Hickey left a comment for Don & Kay
"Love all your pics! 9200 feet, wow, that is definitely the nose bleed section. Does the altitude bother you at all when you go there?"
Jan 1, 2010
Glenn V commented on Don & Kay's photo
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Trying to get to our bird feeder - Aug. 2009

"Wow. The only thing I have here to worry about getting in the feeders here are the squirrels!! Just a little size difference. Great pictures. I bet your glad you didn't leave some crackers in your Renegade."
Jan 1, 2010
Edward Davis commented on Don & Kay's photo
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Trying to get to our bird feeder - Aug. 2009

"Gotta know??? did the bear end up getting the seed out of the bird feeder ?"
Jan 1, 2010
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Dec 31, 2009
Don & Kay updated their profile
Dec 31, 2009

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Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
Not full time, but we spend as much time as possible at the cabin.
About Us...
Kay is a retired educator; Don a retired parks and recreation director. Both of us enjoy a variety of outdoor activities - camping, backpacking, hiking, fly fishing, skiing, and geocaching. The Red River area is a great location for us to pursue these activities.

Our permanent home is near Dallas, exactly 647 miles (11 hours) from the cabin. We spend as much time as possible at our cabin.

About Our Cabin...

We purchased it in the summer of 2006. It was built in the mid-1980s. It's two stories, totalling 1400 square feet. Downstairs is a great room (kitchen, living area, and dining area), two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a utility room. Upstairs is the master bedroom and a second bathroom.

Our land is one acre in size and is adjacent to Carson National Forest. The elevation is 9200 feet.

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At 7:26pm on January 1, 2010, Rita Hickey said…
Love all your pics! 9200 feet, wow, that is definitely the nose bleed section. Does the altitude bother you at all when you go there?
At 2:56pm on February 2, 2009, amber said…
Hi Don & Kay! The Dallas show hasn't been cancelled, but the dates have changed. It will be held on the weekend of September 25-27, 2009 instead.

Hope to see you there!
At 12:47pm on November 24, 2008, Ed Roane said…
Thank you for your fall photo from the hill looking across the valley with all the fall color... I love the Red River area. I had an amazing trip to the area a few years ago and spent 10 days in late October between Red River and Taos. It was my last of many Elk Hunting trips with my friend who passed a year later. I climbed for 9 hours to tree line on the mountain that borders the road to the north of red river. I will always remember the view as i sat next to my elk, looking west and watching the sun set, across the desert to the west. I was amazed that here i was on top of this mountain next to this beautiful waste land.

We spent two extra days hanging out in Taos, Red River and one afternoon spent at the Viet Nam Veterans Memorial in Angle Fire. Some day i will return to your valley and your mountains. Thanks again for bringing back such a fond memory.
 
 
 

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