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    Don Nelson
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    Re: US Battlefields in Winter - your favorites?

    Picacho Pass is beautiful in winter. Once a year, this year in March, they do the reenactment of the Civil War Battle that was furthest west (Picacho Pass) as well as two others that were actually New Mexico. You'll also enjoy the hike to the top of Pacheco Peak. And if you are exceptionally lucky, the wildflowers in Arizona desert will also be blooming...

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    Re: US Battlefields in Winter - your favorites?

    I have to agree with Antietam. Great one. I'd add Manassas, as there are a ton of open fields that look really neat with the civil war era fences they have up everywhere.

    -Brian

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