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Scott W – This was taken in the Valles Caldera last summer. It is on the Northeast side of the caldera as you drive to the San Antonio Creek reaches 1,2, and 3.
I’m not sure what the rules and regulations are now that the park service took it over, but before this June there where strict regulations on personal vehicles in the caldera. In fact, you could only drive your car in if you had purchased a fishing permit well in advance. At the time, only 22 fishermen/women where allowed in the entire caldera per day, and that was the only way possible to drive your vehicle in.
There where five of us that day, and as luck would have it we were the only ones in the entire caldera. We spent the whole day there pic-nicking and fly-fishing. It was awesome!
Scott W – We did some geocaching while out and about and came across this. It is right off highway 4 and very easy to miss. If it weren’t for the geocache we would have never seen it.
Someone epoxied the eye and teeth on the rock for effect.
Scott W – When we go searching for the treasure we make sure we have plenty of non-searching activity planned. In this photo my youngest daughter shows off her casting skills. We practiced for two months almost every day in a pond near our house; we caught a lot of bass in the process.
We rented a cabin a few miles south of the Tererro general store. The cabin included a half mile of private fishing rights on the Pecos. We stayed there for a week and spent father’s day there as well. It was a great time, and I was presented with a very nice compass so I could always find my way home.
Scott W – Firstly, thanks to my wife for the perfect timing on the shutter snap!
This was taken outside the cabin we rented on the Pecos river, which we used as a base camp for the search. It was father’s day, and after opening and reading the cards aloud, I was presented with a gift. I travel a lot, and they wanted to make sure I could always find my way home. In the box is a very beautiful compass. They had it modified to accept a carabiner so I could attach it to the backpack I take with me on business trips. I can honestly say it was the best Father’s day ever.
The Lorax- First time wearing waders, prepping to cross the river. Rivers are like people sometimes they’re deeper than they appear.
Story coming soon on this search. Trust me it will be entertaining.
JayZ – “in the wood”. I was looking down from the Mineral Belt Trail, home of
“Blaze the Belt” longboard race each summer.
Mike- I’ve seen a lot of weird things on the search but a great white shark in northern New Mexico? I guess it is no place for the meek.
Bill Gorman-The puzzle of the poem
Homecoming76 – 1947 Grapette! Do you think it has aged as well as Forrest?!
Bookworm – Could this be The Blaze?