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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 ...
... We're just 18 miles from Abiquiu so will be there for midday for some cafe treats and a relaxing afternoon. Day 55. Wednesday 8th October. El Rito Northern New Mexico Community College to Abiquiu River Farm Casita. As planned, we arrived in Abiquiu by midday having ridden through the smoke that continued to hang in the air, stopped on the way in at a cafe for lots of coffee and cake (unfortunately the tracker died at this point so we're missing a small section on 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 ...
... to show this amazing canyon to the boys. In addition to being so beautiful, it has a very dense concentration of Anasazi ruins and rock art. The Anasazi left the area around 1300, and though early treasure hunters and archeologists plundered what was left behind, there are still many largely intact examples of dwellings, granaries and ceremonial kivas. Shards of pottery, miniature maize cobs and sharpened pieces ...
... There we met Richard a transplant from Croton, of all places. He explained that Taos took a big hit with the economy which is why it became a ghost town. He told us living in Santa Fe is very expensive. They also have pretty harsh winters here.
We decided to skip the scorching southwest and head to LA.
Please note the picture of Tom sitting on the bench.....the first time in his life doing nothing.