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Rain brings recreation

These photos were taken Friday, before the Gila East Fort flood waters hit that night and left large amounts of debris across New Mexico 15 near the Cliff Dwellings

Sometimes, high water offers recreation. In this case, on Friday, Sapillo Creek, which has been dry for most of the past seven years was flowing enough that residents could canoe on it. Posted below are two photos of Emily Streams and her father, Dale, canoeing on Sapillo Creek and even across New Mexico 35. Photos by Emily's mother Meg.



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