Posts Tagged: New Mexico

Riding the Rio Grand

One more thing had to be done before leaving Santa Fe and heading toward Flagstaff, we had to try some river fishing. We weren’t expecting much success. Our fishing has mostly been done from a boat or our canoe.  We

Riding the Rio Grand

One more thing had to be done before leaving Santa Fe and heading toward Flagstaff, we had to try some river fishing. We weren’t expecting much success. Our fishing has mostly been done from a boat or our canoe.  We

Taos, New Mexico — 1000 years of history

We did take a break from eating our way around Santa Fe and made a day trip to the Taos Pueblo. Taos itself is a pretty, artsy town with lots of shops and galleries to explore  but we were there to see

Taos, New Mexico — 1000 years of history

We did take a break from eating our way around Santa Fe and made a day trip to the Taos Pueblo. Taos itself is a pretty, artsy town with lots of shops and galleries to explore  but we were there to see

Sante Fe, New Mexico: Hello green chile

Leaving the Big Texan behind us, we headed for  Santa Fe. We knew it would be better than Amarillo, we had already found no less than a haf-dozen Diners, Drive-ins and Dives recommendations nearby. If nothing else we will eat

Sante Fe, New Mexico: Hello green chile

Leaving the Big Texan behind us, we headed for  Santa Fe. We knew it would be better than Amarillo, we had already found no less than a haf-dozen Diners, Drive-ins and Dives recommendations nearby. If nothing else we will eat

The Ice Storm Cometh. Las Cruces, New Mexico

Leaving Ft. Stockton, Texas the weather deteriorated. We were beginning to second guess making a late January RV trip west. As we neared El Paso and the New Mexico border it became dark and overcast, the mountains  shrouded in clouds

The Ice Storm Cometh. Las Cruces, New Mexico

Leaving Ft. Stockton, Texas the weather deteriorated. We were beginning to second guess making a late January RV trip west. As we neared El Paso and the New Mexico border it became dark and overcast, the mountains  shrouded in clouds

Spelunking in Carlsbad Cavern, New Mexico

I tend to be slightly claustrophobic.  I need to have a few feet of open space in front of my face, so small, tight spaces will usually produce minor panic attacks in me. I had no idea I was like

Spelunking in Carlsbad Cavern, New Mexico

I tend to be slightly claustrophobic.  I need to have a few feet of open space in front of my face, so small, tight spaces will usually produce minor panic attacks in me. I had no idea I was like