This is the very last Ken Drives video! Sooooo, what happened? Nothing really . . . producing these videos on a regular basis was part of our own content marketing plan – and it works! We finally got to the
Checking La Jara Water Levels
I drove down through the wash to find the edge of the water in La Jara at Navajo Lake a few weeks ago – this is that video. I went back last weekend, and the water was much further up
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Checking Francis Water Levels at Navajo Lake
Wanted to see how far back the water had made it into Francis Canyon at Navajo Lake. Haven’t seen it this far up in a long time!
Independence Day 2019
Tomorrow is the 4th of July. Have fun, but be safe! I’ll be spending the weekend with my lake family. Enjoy a clip from last year’s parade.
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RZR Ride into Carson National Forest
Dave was my co-pilot on a group ride into the Carson National Forest. We went up to the Colorado border, but my camera ran out of juice. This ride takes you through the Jicarilla Wild Horse Territory – we always
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RZR Ride Through the Tip of Francis Canyon
On our group rides, sometimes we cut through the top of Francis Canyon at Navajo Lake. The water is REALLY high, but not quite high enough to make it this far up the canyon.