Las Parras de Abiquiu
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... and forth around us as we paddled along. We had some small raptor fly close to use and then disappeared over the hill.
Had a great time and then packed up and headed for home. Had an extra treat as we headed back toward Santa Fe; there was a full moon rising over the mountains as we drove along. Very special moment and a great way to end the day.
... were equally good, as were the views at the top down along the Conejos River and valley. The descent to Platoro and the initial run along the valley were smooth, fast and beautiful, but then, for some reason, the surface decided to turn into the most appallingly rutted, wash boarded and pot holed stretch of the whole trip. The twenty three miles to Horca changed from a fast, easy cruise to a slow and painful trudge during which our heads were jolted about so fast and ...
... top of a Mesa last night for quite some time and felt the wind. It was heaven.
I am cooking chicken in the crockpot today. The recipe called for 1/4 cup of Sherry and drat I forgot my cooking sherry - so I substituted 1/4 cup of dark beer. I'll let you know how it turns out.
Sorry I missed a night of blogging. It was not by choice. Tomorrow we are heading north and west to Arizona.
Talk to you soon.
Jens & Rita
... enjoying the different rock formations and the shadows being created by the clouds drifting across the sky.
We were entertained by the grebes and mergansers that were also out enjoying the nice weather. We also got to see a raptor drifting along. Headed back to the shore, got the boat loaded and were inside the camper when the predicted winds hit.
... seemed to have left the deserts. The foothills scenery was watered by little rainstorms now and then. The pavement was often wet, but thankfully not flooded out as they would've been in the Mojave or in the Arizona Navajo country. It seems we got out of those areas just in time for these southwest monsoon rains.
We crossed unto New Mexico passing the touristy town of Chamo and driving along a valley full of towns with Spanish names. Sone of these Spanish places in nirthern ...