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Navajo Lake State Park
Second largest lake in New Mexico
Angel Peak National Recreation Area (29.14 mi / 46.89 km)
El Vado Lake State Park (45.16 mi / 72.67 km)
Heron Lake State Park (45.58 mi / 73.36 km)
Bisti Badlands (56.82 mi / 91.45 km)
Four Corners Power Plant (57.07 mi / 91.84 km)
Navajo Coal Mine (62.00 mi / 99.78 km)
Pueblo Bonito / Chaco Canyon (62.93 mi / 101.28 km)
Fajada Butte (64.44 mi / 103.71 km)
Abiquiu Lake Recreation Area (70.24 mi / 113.04 km)
Shiprock (76.08 mi / 122.44 km)
From: tedderwhat are all the light-colored pads like this? Are they houses on cleared property, or what?
Wed Feb 15 15:59:10 -0800 2006
From: a_cobb82oil exploration, I think. We've seen patterns like that before.
Wed Feb 15 16:40:48 -0800 2006
From: gnikleI have found several areas that look simular. I assumed they would be housing. There is an email address for the Park Superintendent on the learn more link. Maybe he knows...
Sun Feb 19 02:59:34 -0800 2006