Casa Escondida Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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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 ...
A rest day of little driving and exploring Santa Fe. In my top 3 US cities with Boston and San Diego. Beautiful, small, quaint, traditional, interesting, green city with an Historic Plaza where musicians play, police officers stop for lunch at the fajita wagon and Indians sell their jewellery. The jewellery is called Indian, the people are Native Americans, locally they are referred to as Indians, probably this is not very PC. We ...
... with glass particles which melt, more added, etc. It'd be a real kick to try that, but I'm thinking the process exceeds both my talent and pocketbook!
After the gardens, we stopped at the site of the big flea market at Tusuque. Karen's mom had sold her work there years ago and Karen was able to reminisce with some vendors who have been there ...
... that we still enjoy. And we made a few purchases. We cleaned up a little and found the restaurant just beyond the edge of town (by car). I'll post separate reviews on the lodge at the eatery, but know that dinner was one of the best ever. I highly recommend Love Apple.
On the following morning, after our included breakfast at El Pueblo, we headed out for the two attractions that I wanted to see at Taos. Our first stop was at the Pueblo. ...