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Resting at the Pilar Yaht Club
New Mexico

I was lucky enough to come along a kayaking trip to Taos, New Mexico (mainly since I don't paddle).  It does have quite a few class 5 runs when the rivers are running. We stopped at the Pilar Yaht Club for a quick bite to eat and met up with other kayakers. Parts of "No Country for Old Men" were shot in the area.

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送信日: 17/01/2009
更新日: 07/10/2014
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