Angler'S Hearth Bed & Breakfast
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... 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.
Today we head out to another scenic wildlife trail. This is a nice trail that is fairly level and takes you out into the ...
... 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!
... what I was talking about. One of these ancient little gas stations that have been run out by big oil stations converted to a taco stand. Long live the small entrepreneur. Well, rain has passed over me, so back on the road.
Pic 11 - No Strangers: Ahh, Clines Corners in Moriarity, NM, we meet again. I know you are good for fast Wi-Fi so let's get a little upload going.
Pic 12 - Change of Scenery: No sooner did I change my route, than ...
Today was a long haul ride up to Kayenta, just south of Monument Valley. We decided we'd most likely stop outside and head in very early to see a touch of the sunrise over the mounts. Will have to see how successful that is! Anyway, I managed to lose Mat on the interstate about 20minutes after leaving Albuquerque (which is mainly neon lighting and joy riding Latinos with pimped up 50s cars). As I ...
... short jeep trail. We turned off on a side road off of the Million-Dollar Highway. The road led us past lots of old mining buildings and equipment, and past open views of the paved road down below, along with views of the red mountains around us. This road wasn't very long, but it was still plenty rough and bumpy! We also saw more beautiful wildflowers. At the end of the road, it was time to head back to ...