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... that they'd dumped all their possessions in Texas and continued on the road, which included a hiking stint in Taos. They were then going on to Colorado for an extended family adventure.
Overall, it was a very smooth day of travel. Finding a campsite on the fly, as we did, proved remarkably easy. We're planning on doing a lot of camping this trip, and we're hoping that we continue to be this successful/lucky.
We are definitely taking advantage of our free time any chance we can get it, since the next month is going to be extremely busy.
Taos Ski Valley has some beautiful hiking trails, and that is what we spend most of our day doing. The trail was steep and intense to hike, but the views from the mountains and the trail were breathtaking and well worth the trip! We hiked about three miles up the mountain and ...
... He says he doesn't need school, just ski school. Daddy enjoyed skiing today, too. The weather is warming up, and it's reminding us of Tahoe in the spring.
Thursday-we got up for our last day of skiing. Ryan had a group lesson with Linda, the same teacher from yesterday. He really likes her. He did better with turning ...
... my bracelet, which makes it quite full so slowly. Apart of Tennesse, New Orleans and Texas I found one everywhere. But I will find one for those areas as well soon. After that we went for dinner in a Mexican restaurant. The drinks and food was fantastic. Not to spicy but very good. After a great dinner it was time to go back to the hotel. I am quite tired today. Lets crawl into the cozy bed now. Night! ...
... modern town of Taos where a tribe of Tewan-speaking Pueblo Indians
maintain secretive and conservative traditions and a somewhat communal
lifestyle most other Pueblo Indian communities have given up. Along with Acoma
Pueblo west of Albuquerque, Taos Pueblo is one of those few places where you
can completely forget you’re in the United States. To me it feels much more
like places I’ve ...