Heading West Saguaro National Park VanLife On the Road
Heading West. My name is Brian. I live on the road full time in my self built camper van. Join me on my adventures. In this video I leave my overnight parking spot at the Flying J travel stop in Lordsburg, New Mexico. I cross into Arizona and check out Saguaro National Park East in Tucson, Arizona. The giant Saguaro Cacti are a sight to behold. I pass through Tucson to get to the West Park and find a nice campsite at Gilbert Ray Campground. I really liked liked the campground and the surrounding terrain. Thanks for watching!
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Enchanted Circle: Angel Fire to Red River via US 64, NM 38
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This drive follows part of the Enchanted Circle, from Angel Fire, north to Eagle Nest, then north and west to Red River, New Mexico, via US 64 and NM Highway 38.
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Don't Mess With Texas: Leaving New Mexico for the biggest of the Lower 48 states of USA 2015-05-20
Back on the interstate freeway on the east side of Las Cruces ... for a 20-minute drive into Texas, the largest of the Lower 48.
0:01-3:14 Driving through east side of Las Cruces, New Mexico
3:14 Entering Interstate 25 south
6:15 Merging onto Interstate 10
21:27 Leaving New Mexico
21:36 Entering Texas
22:05 Exiting for Texas welcome center
24:15 Don't Mess With Texas
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Free Camping Near the Gila Cliff Dwellings - Gila National Forest South - Campsite Review
Dry camping is our favorite way to camp and we found the perfect campsite in the Gila National Forest. It's so quiet you won't want to leave!
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Alamogordo, New Mexico
Alamogordo is the seat of Otero County, New Mexico, United States. A city in the Tularosa Basin of the Chihuahuan Desert, it is bordered on the east by the Sacramento Mountains and to the west by Holloman Air Force Base. The population was 30,403 as of the 2010 census.
Turquoise Trail - New Mexico, United States
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Turquoise Trail New Mexico
Quirky, scenic drive along Route 14 from Albuquerque to Santa Fe.
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Travel blogs from Turquoise Trail:
- ... (about 50 miles) We took the ' Turquoise Trail,' the scenic route ...
- ... DAY 21, Wednesday, Turquoise Trail -Today we drove from Santa Fe to Albuquerque via the historic Turquoise Trail, famous for turquoise mining ...
- ... This time it's the Turquoise Trail which follows the ridge of Sandia Mountains ...
- ... Cut North before Albuquerque to follow the Turquoise trail to Santa Fe (a trade route since before 2000ad) the scenery is breathtaking with so many shades of pink to deep ...
- ... We traveled north via the Turquoise Trail, one of New Mexico 's scenic tours - a back road that leads north to Santa Fe via hwy 14 ...
- ... pero ninguno en el cielo sera por falta de fe Le lendemain, nous arrivons enchantes a Santa Fe: la Turquoise Trail est magnifique, avec des paysages desertiques, caillouteux, quelques falaises, des grandes routes americaines comme on les imagine ...
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- Cerillos Turquoise Museum on Turquoise Trail by Lstoneham from a blog titled New Mexico--Santa Fe Albuquerque Amazing Scenery
- Garden of the Gods - Turquoise Trail by Lstoneham from a blog titled New Mexico--Santa Fe Albuquerque Amazing Scenery
- Sandia Crest - Turquoise Trail NM by Lstoneham from a blog titled New Mexico--Santa Fe Albuquerque Amazing Scenery
- SJ on Turquoise Trail by Sjandbuddy from a blog titled 3 sista's reunited
- The Turquoise Trail by Thesteeles from a blog titled Coal Mine Museum
- Turquoise Trail by Lstoneham from a blog titled New Mexico--Santa Fe Albuquerque Amazing Scenery
Getting to Petroglyphs near Massacre Peak, NM
The Petroglyphs near Massacre Peak, NM
Phoenix Arizona to El Paso Texas, 445 Miles in 14minutes and 30seconds
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Another one of my Time lapse videos, Driving the interstate Freeway 10, taking you on a journey through the Southwest, From Phoenix To EL Paso.
Used Iphone 5 with filmic pro app.
Vehicle : 2007 BMW 525i
Here is a list of the Towns Passed By:
Casa Grande Arizona
San SImon Arizona
Lordsburg New Mexico
Deming New Mexico
Las Cruces New Mexico
Anthony New Mexico
El Paso Texas
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