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Old 08-28-2010, 06:05 PM   #1
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Smile Ride to Aguirre Spring BLM Campground

I did a Ride up to Aguirre Spring BLM Area today on my Yamaha XT250 just to get out and about. From our recent rains the old desert is very green.

On the way via Dripping Springs Road and Baylor Pass Road on the Las Cruces side of the Organ Mts.

Westside of Organ Mts, Aguirre Spring BLM Area is on the Eastside.

Sotol Agaves Frame The Rabbit Ears Spires

Sugar Loaf View

One Way Section of the Road to Aguirre Spring BLM Campground

Oak Tree Framing View of Organ Mts at Aguirre Spring BLM Campsite.
They are in the process of removing the old tables and shelters and replacing them with new ones; seems like they are adding a few new campsites as well.

View from Campsite toward Baylor Pass; Baylor Pass named for the Confederate Officer who took his men over it during the Civil War.

One Lane Road Down from Aguirre Spring BLM Campground



About a 52 miles round about trip from my house in Las Cruces.
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Old 08-28-2010, 06:33 PM   #2
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Sign near the entra point off US70 just down from San Agustine Pass East of Las Cruces, New Mexico; Photo Taken Dec. 2009.

View of Baylor Pass from Aguirre Spring Rd. last Dec.

A Camp Site Aguirre Spring Campground at 4 pm or so on a Dec. evening.

Yamaha XT250 & Sugar Loaf Peak on our way down from the Campground last Dec.

Aguirre Spring Ride Aug. 28, 2010; Rabbit Ear Spires Framed by Soto Agaves viewed going up to the campground.
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Old 08-29-2010, 01:00 PM   #3
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Adrian, these pictures are awsome! You have us reliving this part of our vacation trip. What a wonderful playground, and practically in your backyard.

To make our more sedate friends and neighbours wonder even more about our sanity, in my picture of the Aguirre Spring welcome sign, I carefully screened out the line "Over 23 Ft. Long" under "Not Recommended for Trailers".

And thanks for your initial input back when we were firming up our plans. It helped a lot.

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Old 08-30-2010, 02:05 PM   #4
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It is very green and lovely! Shoot we really need to go camping soon!
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