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The last train to leave Cimarron, New Mexico By Ronald E. Bromley
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A collection of two dozen well-written, short presentations about the famous and not-so-famous people of what is now Colfax County, New Mexico. The collection starts with people from the mid s those on both sides of the law and goes to the present time. I enjoy history and this book was a pleasure to read. It provides an indepth look at the daily and public lives of these people and their contributions to the "cimarron country. One person found this helpful. In most instances, the information will be from sources that have not been peer reviewed by scholarly or research communities.
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Unfortunately, the sand in the vast majority of the bunkers was thin to non-existent or gritty - the strong winds blow a lot of the sand to Arizona and beyond. There are plans to replace the sand. The pro shop is well stocked, there was no cart service when we played, the staff is friendly and the practice facilities are excellent. The Club House is home to a full-service restaurant and a good bar with a view of the 18th hole.
Our only complaint is that there are no restrooms on the course - you'll have to hold it for 9 holes! Service is good, the practice facilites are very good, and the pro shop is well stocked with everything you need to look good and play well. The bar and restaurant are first class.
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