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Snowmobiling – A Look Back

  A Little History It is believed that the first snowmobile came to the Red River Valley around 1966 when high country resident Johnnie Mutz purchased a Johnson Skee Horse to use both for ranch work and as a toy to play in the snow. The Skee Horse came in three different sizes, including a wide track model made for greater stability. The machines also had  “Snow Track” traction systems and came with the “new” Torque Sensitive Drive.  They were equipped with a new soft suspension and a disc brake. It also had lock-out neutral gears and a high-low beam headlight. Classy! By the early 1970s, tour companies were...

Showdown on Main Street

  WHAT:  The World Fast Draw Association World Balloon Elimination Championships WHEN:  Saturday & Sunday September 28-29, 2013 WHERE:  Downtown Red River NM Howard Darby, Nick Ione, Jon Wilson and Jon Rivera have three things in common: they are good friends, they love the sport of fast draw, and they are presently the four fastest men with single action guns in the world. They are at the top of their form and all four, as well as  many other competitors are expected to be in Red River for the final round of the 2013. Darby, who hails from Calgary, Alberta, CA, holds 23 world records and currently carries the...

Mountain Top Concert

  A great turn-out for this year’s Mountain Top Concert at The Tip. Click images to...

NM Trout Stocking Reports

  View this week’s fish stocking report and all manner of hunting, fishing and birding information here:...

Goose Creek Nature Hike

  If you’re looking for a quiet nature hike with plenty of interesting sights, check out the Goose Creek Trail. This 5.5 mile long trail is located 2.5 miles from town on the Upper Valley Rd (keep right at the Y), right at the entrance to the Aspen Park property. Cross the wood bridge and take the trail to your left. The US Forest Service grades this trail as “Most Difficult,” as it gets more difficult the closer to the lake you get.  For more information visit the Forest Service at The photos below are from this afternoon’s hike about 1 mile in before turning around. The hike...

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