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Mobile home parks in or near Albuquerque...
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Ron Da Bomb replied to Redhead's discussion Mobile home parks in or near Albuquerque...
"I saw this story on KRQE news last night. Looks like Coronado Park is a gonner."
Oct 8, 2009
Ron Da Bomb replied to Redhead's discussion Mobile home parks in or near Albuquerque...
"There is a community called Sun North Estates (do a google map for sun north estates albuquerque) near Alameda and Jefferson that a friend of a friend lived in. Pretty nice community clubhouse with an indoor basketball/racketball, outdoor swimming…"
Oct 2, 2009
Masshole in Fringecrest replied to Redhead's discussion Mobile home parks in or near Albuquerque...
"I also have been passing quite a few in the North Valley section of Albuquerque that seem nice (from the outside) From personal experience (walking door to door) avoid anything West of the river (except maybe where…"
Oct 2, 2009
David Madsen replied to Redhead's discussion Mobile home parks in or near Albuquerque...
"I lived in South Pointe Village Trailer Park, 11100 Gibson SE for 12 years, and had only one break-in (I'm sure it was a neighbor's kid who saw an opportunity - all he got was my laptop). Its off of South Eubank, south of Central, east of…"
Oct 2, 2009
Leigh-Jo Anzures replied to Redhead's discussion Mobile home parks? in the group Housing in the Duke City
"Hi Amy, Are you looking to rent or buy? Leigh-Jo RE/MAX Signature (505) 730-8181"
Sep 28, 2009
davis replied to Redhead's discussion Mobile home parks in or near Albuquerque...
"Don't do it! Mobile home parks here are, with maybe a possible exception in Cedar Crest, dens for meth heads et al. Albuquerque is a great town, and you will not have the best experience possible living in a MHP. I agree with previous poster to…"
Sep 28, 2009
Lee replied to Redhead's discussion Mobile home parks in or near Albuquerque...
"just a shot in the dark, only drove into this park once while exploring the area but it looked surprisingly green and cool even lush. Didn't look at all scary, was neat and well kept. The odd part is that it is in cedar crest (just the other…"
Sep 26, 2009
Dave replied to Redhead's discussion Mobile home parks in or near Albuquerque...
"Most of the MHPs I have seen here are pretty scary looking. One exception might be on Juan Tabo south of Central. I think there is a 55+ place on Carlisle north of Menaul."
Sep 26, 2009

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We'll (Amy & Kevin) be visiting Albuquerque in May, 2009, because we'll be relocating there in a few years. We will be arriving in the Duke City on Memorial Day and really hope to meet a few of you while we're on vacation! We're social nudists, selective swingers and left of center in our political beliefs. We enjoy biking, erotic digital photography, volunteer work and much more. We've omitted some questions that we have along with some personal background because we don't want to be deleted from this site.

We’ll be visiting New Mexico this next May (2009) and we have lots of questions since we’re planning on relocating there in a few years. We’d appreciate any responses from anyone that has any suggestions for us...

Some of our questions...

-What are the politically progressive or radical groups in Albuquerque?
-Are there any places where we could enjoy some time being nude in the sun without offending others?
-If any of you are familiar with Albuquerque---are there areas that we should really avoid in terms of housing possibilities?
-Are there any bars or clubs that cater to lesbian or bi women?

More about us:
*Kevin was a pro wrestler for a number of years
*Amy is bi (and thinks there are some fine looking women on this site..LOL)
*We both enjoy sharing mellow times with friends
*Amy has worked as a nude and fetish model in the past
*Our cat (Priscilla) is the one in charge of our household
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Central Avenue, the cultural mix, minor league baseball, UNM, the weather
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Memorial Day--May 25!

Posted on April 26, 2009 at 7:27am 1 Comment

We arrive in Albuquerque for our one week vacation on Monday, May 25, and are really looking forward to it. Kevin has been there several times but it will be my first time!

We're wondering if anyone knows about any fun events taking place between May 25-29 in the Duke City?

Our first day will be spent roaming around Old Town, Central Avenue and maybe checking out places where we might be able to shoot some nude or semi-nude photos without getting… Continue

Visiting in May 2009

Posted on April 2, 2009 at 2:22pm 3 Comments

We'll be spending 1 week in the Duke City beginning on Memorial Day (2009) and while we'll be checking out neighborhoods for our relocation there are a few other things we're hoping might happen...

*we're hoping to meet some local folks from here that we have some things in common with

*we want to spend some time biking and hiking outside of the city

*we'd like to enjoy a hot spring without worrying about bathing suits!

*we want to take some good "natural" (nude) photos… Continue

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At 1:23pm on April 9, 2009, juniper berri said…
Hi Redhead~ Thanks for the friend invite!
I really hope you find at least 1 great soak during your visit. I second that the Jemez Mountain area is the best day trip option.
<25 N from ALB, 2nd Bernalillo exit, San Yisidro go thru and turn R at on a major 'mountain' road to Jemez Springs Town plus>
There are so many great hotsprings in New Mexico, when you move here you'll have a great time exploring new sites!
Sometime in the near future I'll write a short description of my 'Tour of SW New Mexico Hot Springs'...and post it. I had a couple of 1970's books Hot Springs of the SW or something that were pretty informative and more chillaxed! Peace ~
At 4:21pm on March 13, 2009, Spring Griffin said…
I can't believe that I'm so far behind in welcoming folks to the Art in ABQ group so...welcome to Art in ABQ. Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions and thanks for joining the group!
At 4:01pm on December 30, 2008, once banned twice shy said…
As far as getting banned, they seem to get worked up if people start insulting other posters. The thing was that I wasn't insulting anyone when I got banned! Oh well.
At 3:05pm on December 29, 2008, once banned twice shy said…
I was once banned. I have no idea why, though, and the administrators of the site couldn't tell me, either--they just gave me some kind of generic blah blah answer when I asked. So I adopted my "handle" and haven't been banned since...
At 8:02am on December 28, 2008, Wag said…
Completely agree with NMBeek. When you get to town, let us know and somebody will give you the grand tour.

At 5:54pm on December 27, 2008, NMBeek said…
Rattle my cage when you are going to be arriving and I'll put the word out with my sculpting and artist contacts. They are always looking for new models. Who knows, it might score a gig or two. Also give you some directions for interesting trails based on your seasonal timing and the recent weather.
At 10:00am on December 27, 2008, NMBeek said…
You picked a good time to visit, second to the fall, IMHO. I grew up here and I've lived in every part of town at one time or another. I don't agree with everything Julian said about the various neighborhoods, 'twas a bit sterotyped, but, for a quick summary probably OK. Best bet is to look around and feel the vibes when you're here.

Based on what you said about your interests, the student getto, and 'fringecrest area' gets you closest to UNM, baseball, Central and maybe even some modeling jobs in various studios if that is still an interest.

There are a bazillon places to enjoy the sun in New Mexico if you are willing to get out of town a bit. Please do remember, however, that you are a mile high here and burning happens WAY much faster. Being a redhead myself I speak from experience. New Mexico's mountain's and deserts are phenomenal and easily accessible. I would recommend at least a few trips to take in both the sun and the bike trails outside our fine city.
At 11:50am on December 25, 2008, Julian The Bike Pirate said…
Nothing really prominent. Sport Systems/ Sports Outdoorz may still be renting here and there. When you get here, you can stop into most any bike shop, where they should have bike maps (provided free by the city) which have the locations and numbers of all the shops. Look up these and give them a ring. When I used to work at one of the bike shops it was always a bit scarce finding shops that rented, as people would often call with the question. I'll ask the question in the bike group to see if anyone else knows.
At 12:54pm on December 23, 2008, once banned twice shy said…
At 10:09am on December 22, 2008, Valkyrie said…
Redhead, here is some information on the Spence and San Antonio springs in the Jemez area. Spence is very easily accessible off the main drag, (Highway 4, the Jemez Corridor), just before you reach the bend at La Cueva, only a 5-minute hike down and up a well-worn path; the only problem is it is a bit too heavily frequented because of its accessibility, meaning it also attracts less considerate folks who may occasionally leave unappealing parts of themselves behind. San Antonio is more difficult to get to unless you know how to navigate the backwoods via Thompson Ridge because the road leading to the springs is closed to motor vehicles and it is a 5-mile hike in (although some people do ignore this small legal matter and drive their cars along the unmaintained dirt road anyway--very dangerous). It is easy to Google for directions, although be careful that you look for Highway 126, not Highway 120, as one source mistakenly tells you. The road you hike in is 376 off Highway 126. Highway 126 is often closed in the winter, and 376 is always closed in winter, but this won't apply in your case.
There is another set of springs, the McCauley Warm Springs, in the area, but people generally bathe clothed there and you will often find children there also.
Technically, nudity is not permitted at any of the springs; that is to say, it is technically illegal, and there are signs posted clearly stating this fact. This being the case, I would like to make it clear right here and now that I am not advocating nudity at any of these springs; I am merely stating that I have observed nudity comfortably experienced as the norm at Spence Hot
Springs, as an option at San Antonio Hot Springs, and not at all at the McCauley Warm Springs.
Good luck.

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