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... ancient volcano erupted and the lava flows formed canyons and plateaus down to the valley floor. It was settled by Native American tribes, but they were driven out by drought and opposing tribes. The plateau was then opened up to homesteading. Because of the cold winters most only lived on the plateau in the summer. Harold Brook sold some of his property to Ashley Pond, ...
On the way from Carlsbad to Santa Fe, we called into Roswell - the town known for UFO's. We visited a little museum that was clearly established in the 70's - old displays that look like school assignments. And the town was clearly only surviving on the UFO interest - didn't have much else going for it. Once in Santa Fe we checked into the hotel and around 4:30pm we went into the main city. It was quite pretty ...
... pictures. On Friday, we hiked down from the campground and took the Frey Trail (named after a woman that ran the Inns when they were at the bottom of the canyon, then when they closed the last Inn she stayed on as a ranger and eventually a volunteer). She died recently in her late 90s. This trail was the only way down into the valley before so everyone had to hike and supplies were hiked down also. The CCC in built a road in the 30's and that is ...
The scenery is breathtaking around here and I wonder if people who live here take it for granted. I hope not. It is spectacular. I hope you enjoy the photos...I couldn't stop taking pictures so it was hard to choose a few for you.
Tomorrow we meet with the Executive Director of the Historical Society and do the walking tour of Los Alamos. And yes, we will take the shuttle to downtown!
Talk to you tomorrow.
Rita & ...
Santa Fe Hiking Meetup up Atalaya Trail
OK, we really enjoy being back in Santa Fe. We have our exercise class on Tuesday and Thursday and we belong to several meetup groups that allow us to hike, kayak and camp as we choose.
Some of the hikes we have been on turned out to be more difficult than we had thought they would be but we struggled on and finished them.
We read about the Atalaya Trail hike and it ...