Casa Escondida Bed & Breakfast
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... to finish accompanied by beautiful views of the colourful high plateaux and the snow capped mountains. We were exhausted on arriving in camp: food, fire, blog and bed by eight. We're just keeping our fingers crossed now that we can escape the high ground of New Mexico without getting trapped by snow. Day 52. Sunday 5th October. Stunner Campground to Apachi Creek Wild Camp. It was a cold night, but after our efforts yesterday we both slept like logs, waking up just before ...
... the migration of the elk from higher elevations and the fall "rut". Hunting is not allowed within the preserve where we were told as many as 4,000 elk can be seen grazing at sunset at certain times of year.
We planned to camp nearby in the Jemez Mountains, but life interfered in the way it sometimes does. Instead of camping, we went in search of three or four bars, as in cell phone coverage. There was some timely business that needed attending ...
... Canyon of Yellowstone. We hiked down the trail to the lower falls and Malory was too afraid of heights to get any shots of the 600 ft. drop off. Kyle took over as Historian and captured many neat photos of the area. The long arduous trek back up the mountain was no small feat. We then traveled to Norris after leaving Hayden Valley and Canyon Falls to smell sulfur and brimstone at all the Geysers! This was Kyle's favorite part of the park. A ...
... is built in Traditional New Mexican Adobe style, it now has over 80 rooms surrounded by glorious gardens, fountains, pool and hot tub and is a beautiful stop over. It is cool here, probably being so high up at 7000 feet and shorts were being regretted so a quiet afternoon ahead of washing and relaxing before we investigated the possibilities ahead. So, Santa Fe? Adobe, art, cowboys, Georgia O'Keefe, Mexican food, margaritas, that'll do for ...
... wasn't anything fatal. But it was scary for us all.
I stopped at a gas station in Cimmaron for coffee and a look at the front end. The damage was minimal, but it will require attention.
Driving on into the forest and up into the mountains, the scenery was beautiful. The fall colors were just amazing and we were in awe as we rounded each curve in the highway. We got to Taos around 3PM and checked into our reserved room at El Pueblo Lodge. ...