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I've Been (Almost) Everywhere

One of the Tobasco Donkeys does a version of "I've Been Everywhere" keyed to Philmont. Looking over all the camps and locations around Philmont, I realized that I'm approaching that kind of personal list. Here are all the Philmont Scout Ranch places I can remember camping at, eating at, or otherwise passing through, plus all those on this summer's itinerary. How many make your personal list?

Abreu
Apache Springs
Baldy Mt.
Baldy Town
Base Camp
Beaubien
Carson Meadows
Cimarron, NM
Cimmaron Canyon State Park
Cimmaroncito
Clarks Fork
Clear Creek
Comanche Peak
Copper Park
Crags
Crater Lake
Crooked Creek
Cyphers Mine
Dan Beard
Dean Cow
Deer Lake Mesa
Devils Wash Basin
Ewells Park
Fish Camp
Flume Canyon
French Henry
Greenwood Canyon
Harlan
Hart Peak
Head of Dean
Hunting Lodge
Indian Writings
Kit Carson Museum
Miners sPark
Miranda
Mt. Phillips
Old Abreu
Phillips Junction
Philmont Training Center
Ponderosa Park
Ponil
Porcupine
Pueblano
Pueblano Ruins
Rich Cabins
Ponderosa Park
Ring Place
Santa Claus
Seally Canyon
Shaefers Pass
Sioux
Six Mile Gate
T-Rex Track
Tent City
Tooth of Time
Tooth Ridge
Upper Bench
Urraca
Ute Gulch Commissary
Ute Meadows or Ute Springs (I forget which)
Vaca
Visto Grande
Whiteman Vega
Wild Horse
Zastrow Turnaround
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