Angler'S Hearth Bed & Breakfast

Address: 23 County Road 4275, Navajo Dam, New Mexico, 87419, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 23 County Road 4275, Navajo Dam, is near San Juan River.
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Travel Blogs from Navajo Dam

Tall Pines, green lush mountains

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jun 02, 2015

2 comments, 11 photos

... 8217;t take a closer look. (We’ll take his word for it.) This lake has a nice marina and a sheltered cove. There are many house boats, fishing boats and pleasure craft here. Definitely picture worthy. On our way back we have another little shower. The rain is off and on but we still got out for a walk.

Day 4

Today we head out to another scenic wildlife trail. This is a nice trail that is fairly level and takes you out into the ...

Last of Our Ruins Tour!

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Sep 26, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

... meaning for their descendants.

We decided to take the longest hike, the 7.4 mile trek to Penasco Blanco that also took us through numerous petroglyphs along the way. It was warm, but we carried plenty of water and took our lunch with us. We really enjoy taking these hikes together. May we continue to be blessed with good health so that we can carry on this sort of activity for a long time to come!

Day 21 - Roswell, NM to Farmington, NM, USA

A travel blog entry by chavarriaz on Aug 26, 2014

36 photos

... Pic 7 - As Far as the Eye Can See: This pic does not do justice to vast expanse of nothingness before me.

Pic 8 - Flowers for the Lady: Middle of nowhere outside Farmington, NM, a field of sunflowers. For my beautiful wife.

Pic 9 - Pedro Time: This is Pedro of Pedro's Burritos Mexican Take Out in Vaughn, NM. Nice gent I got a breakfast burrito from to give the rain a chance to pass.

Pic 10 - Next best thing to a Taqueria: Now ...

Chimney Rock National Monument

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Sep 15, 2013

... well as roasted in the shell and salted. I bought a package of each. The packages were just a couple ounces each and cost $5, which seemed high to me but I have rarely seen them for sale so I couldn't really comparison shop. The raw shelled nuts were OK but bland. The roasted, salted nuts were tastier but the shells weren't very pleasant to chew.

I continued past Aztec, NM to Bloomfield, NM and found a hotel room for the night.

Dirt Roads and Wildflowers!

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Jul 28, 2012

18 photos

... saw a marmot! He ran across the road and hid in some grass at the side. As we neared the end of the road and the highway, my dad started driving again. We crossed a small stream by driving through the stream instead of using the bridge, and started driving back to Ouray. I was so happy to have gotten to drive on the awesome Ophir Pass road!!

After finishing Ophir, we still had enough time for ...