Boundary

New Mexico's Unit 34 begins at the junction of Otero County Road B006 and the east boundary of the White Sands Missile Range at Tularosa Gate and running east along CR B006 to its junction with CR B009, then north on CR B009 to its intersection with US 54, then running south along US 54 to its intersection with US 70 at Tularosa, then running northeast along US 70 to its intersection with the west boundary of the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation, then south along the west boundary of the reservation, east along its south boundary, and north along its east boundary to the Lincoln-Chaves county line, then east along the county line approximately two miles to its intersection with CR C434, then southerly along CR C434 to its intersection with CR C437, then east along CR C437 to its intersection with CR C433, then south along CR C433 to its intersection with US 82, then west along US 82 to its junction with NM 24 north of Dunken, then south along NM 24 to its intersection with NM 506/CR E038, at Pinon, then west, south, and west on NM 506/CR E038 to the east boundary of the Fort Bliss Military Reservation, then north and west along the boundary of the reservation to its intersection with the Sacramento Division of the Lincoln National Forest, then west and north along the boundary of the Sacramento Division of the Lincoln National Forest to its intersection with the north boundary of the Fort Bliss Military Reservation, then west along the boundary of the reservation to US 54 south of Valmont, then south along US 54 to its junction with the east boundary of the White Sands Missile Range south of Orogrande, then north along the east boundary to its intersection of Otero CR B006 at Tularosa Gate.

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