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Date: 04/02/20 04:51
Drive To Cumbres Pass Part 1
Author: Wacky-roger1942

The fun part of this video is I was driving no faster than 30 to 35mph and it looks like I was doing 50 to 60mph.

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
Train Stuff

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Date: 04/02/20 05:23
Re: Drive To Cumbres Pass Part 1
Author: Mudrock

Roger another interesting adventure  with you! Thanks for sharing


Chris



Date: 04/02/20 05:57
Re: Drive To Cumbres Pass Part 1
Author: Wacky-roger1942

Mudrock Wrote:
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> Roger another interesting adventure  with you!
> Thanks for sharing
>
>
> Chris

You are welcome, glad you liked it.

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
Train Stuff



Date: 04/02/20 07:46
Re: Drive To Cumbres Pass Part 1
Author: 462pacific

Thanks for an overall view of Roger's country and also a close-up view of
your hansome face. It is good to see someone observe STOP signs as they
were meant to be and not as we here in sunny California interpret them 
saying slow down but keep rolling. I enjoyed the video. It is obvious that
you are experienced in snow and ice driving.



Date: 04/02/20 09:22
Re: Drive To Cumbres Pass Part 1
Author: Wacky-roger1942

462pacific Wrote:
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> Thanks for an overall view of Roger's country and
> also a close-up view of
> your hansome face. It is good to see someone
> observe STOP signs as they
> were meant to be and not as we here in sunny
> California interpret them 
> saying slow down but keep rolling. I enjoyed the
> video. It is obvious that
> you are experienced in snow and ice driving.

Thanks for taking the time to comment. Lucky me I have spent most of my life in snow country.

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
Train Stuff



Date: 04/02/20 11:58
Re: Drive To Cumbres Pass Part 1
Author: vcrdenny

Roger, 
Was a good friend of Dan Ranger and worked for United Air Lines & Apollo & Rail Travel Center for years.
Spent time with Dan in Maui, Monterrey, and many times in Chama with him when I was doing RR Tours.
Also spent a couple of times staying at your wife's hotel chasing the train and riding it to Antonito and back to Chama 
with a good friend who also worked for SP&S, BN, Amtrak as a engineer running and in the cab of the #700 Steam Locomotive
ere in Portland.
Question??--Did Dan live on the same street you live on???
Thanks,  Denny Thompson
 



Date: 04/02/20 12:40
Re: Drive To Cumbres Pass Part 1
Author: DaveL

Roger, 
The perceived speed is a product of a wide angle lens.
Try zooming out and see how slowly you were going!

DaveL



Date: 04/02/20 16:08
Re: Drive To Cumbres Pass Part 1
Author: Wacky-roger1942

vcrdenny Wrote:
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> Roger, 
> Was a good friend of Dan Ranger and worked for
> United Air Lines & Apollo & Rail Travel Center for
> years.
> Spent time with Dan in Maui, Monterrey, and many
> times in Chama with him when I was doing RR
> Tours.
> Also spent a couple of times staying at your
> wife's hotel chasing the train and riding it to
> Antonito and back to Chama 
> with a good friend who also worked for SP&S, BN,
> Amtrak as a engineer running and in the cab of the
> #700 Steam Locomotive
> ere in Portland.
> Question??--Did Dan live on the same street you
> live on???
> Thanks,  Denny Thompson
>

I think he lived on 5th and Maple, so yes is the answer.

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
Train Stuff



Date: 04/02/20 16:08
Re: Drive To Cumbres Pass Part 1
Author: Wacky-roger1942

DaveL Wrote:
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> Roger, 
> The perceived speed is a product of a wide angle
> lens.
> Try zooming out and see how slowly you were
> going!
>
> DaveL

Thanks, I did not know that.

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
Train Stuff



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