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Looking for Red Rock Landscape

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We have stayed in Abiquiu, New Mexico, and that is the kind of area I am looking for now. Here is a photo of the area:

http://tinyurl.com/az6436s

Can anyone give me some suggestions as to where to look in New Mexico and Arizona where the landscape is mainly red rocks. We are looking to spend a month there in March so not a place that will be covered with snow.

I have looked into Sedona but most places are already rented for March.

Thank you!

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