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    8 of America's Grittiest Dive Bars

    Bet we have members here that have been in one or more of these places.

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    Barkeep, two bacon martinis if you please. One for me and one for my buddy littletommy with extra bacon.
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    Nope but I've been to the Colfax.

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    New Mexico, Land of Enchantment, has some fascinating places. Blue laws and state liquor stores notwithstanding, it is a fine place to visit. I worked and camped at upstream mouth of Montecello Box Canyon for a month once somewhere west of Truth or Consequences where we would go for fresh ice and cold beer but don't recall getting a green chili burger, I missed out.
    Neat to watch school bus going down wet box canyon taking rural ranch kids to school. Fantastic dirt biking, and nearby was a melted adobe ruins of an army outpost with faded placard claiming site of one of Geronimo's famous escapes.

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    We've got our own. It's called "The Brick"

    I don't think it even has a sign. Had my first beer with my old man there.



    Home of this and cheap beer.

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    That looks good!^^
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