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Dan and I went to Bandolier National Monument to check out the cliff dwelling ruins there. It's right by Los Alamos. We had to take a shuttle bus from the parking area because the crowds this time of year are too much for the area to handle. We spent a good portion of the day hiking around and looking at the ruins. Very interesting speculating as to why they went to all the trouble of ...
... Peak (8,278 feet) which felt horribly hard with pumped, lactic filled legs. To finish off we rolled down another long, beautiful eight mile descent to El Rito which took our tally to 60 miles and who knows how many miles and feet of ascent and descent. Because we weren't exactly sure how far we would get in this New Mexico terrain, we had earmarked five possible camp spots: the first came too soon so we pushed on; the second had no water as the creek was dry; and at the ...
... view, enclosed within an overgrown forest behind a high wall.
Undeterred in our intentions to explore small artist colonies, we took off for the High Road, a scenic route through small villages, art studios, and farms in northern New Mexico. It famously connects Taos to Santa Fe, but we were concentrating on the mid-section that follows a small two-lane road from Espanola northeast to Chimayo and Truchas.
Chimayo is famous for the Santuario de ...
... of the popes and earlier. It was truly amazing.
Loretto Chapel was once a church, but now is a museum and wedding chapel in town. The claim to fame for this much smaller church is the wooden spiral staircase that leads to the choir loft and has NO supports and it a stunning example of architecture.
The Museums and Art Galleries would take you a week to see them all. We spent time in one gallery which was showing ...
... in Michigan.
Our last night was celebratory, but had to end. After a restful sleep at Jill's house we packed the car in the morning and drove the last leg, home to Sedona. Again, the weather was delightful. The drive is an easy one that takes about 6 hours at a leisurely pace.
We arrived home in the early afternoon in plenty of time to unload, unpack, and settle down until the next planned excursion. Right now it looks like that will be in two ...