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Stray Dog Cantina Taos Ski Valley
New Mexico

This is the Stray Dog Cantina, one of my favorite post skiing hangs. Nothing like a delicious beverage after a long day on the slopes. Located  in the Village of Taos Ski Valley at an elevation of 9,200 feet, the Stray Dog Cantina is one of a number of restaurants and bars here in the village.

Copyright: Irmin Wehmeier
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 07/02/2010
Uploaded: 10/02/2010
Updated: 02/10/2014
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Tags: taos-ski-valley; taos; new-mexico; ski; skiing; mountain; snow; tsv
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