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Dec 25, 2012
was thinking of heading to NM to hit up some hot springs...maybe in the Jemez area. Wanted to ski in/camp but snow reports look pretty grim. Any eye-witnesses in the area have the good word?? CaptainPoopyPants
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Dec 25, 2012
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Haven't been to the Jemez but about 75mi sw on Mt Taylor the snow is patchy. There is enough snow to ski on the north side of the mountain and I plan on heading up there after dinner. But any place that has much sun exposure is thin or bare. Elevation were i'm going is 9500-10000 ft. Ken Jones
From Grants, NM
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Dec 26, 2012
I camped up by san antonio hot springs two weekends ago. There was a little over a foot and it probably snowed another six inches when we were there. markthomas
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Dec 26, 2012
Awesome, thanks Mark.

Another question....any good recommendations on a B&B near by? (within maybe 2-3 hours). We will be coming from the north (I-25)

Thanks!
CaptainPoopyPants
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Dec 31, 2012
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Dec 31, 2012
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Pajarito just got 6 inches so I'm guessing San Antonio is about doubled now from 2 weeks ago. I can't speak from experience on the B & B but Jemez Springs has about a half dozen.... docsavage
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