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Taos is home to the country's oldest pueblo community, the newest national monument and the highest peak in New Mexico. Its known for some of the best hiking, snow sports, arts and cultural events and out-of-the-world vistas! The colours, the contrasts and an exciting mix of history, recreation and entertainment. River rafting on the Rio Grande is extremely popular with some sections of the river rafts were lined up waitin their turn to charge through ...
... really low and even looked bony in some places.
Neither one of us were quite up to kayaking (feeling kinda lazy) so just drove along the edge of the river and checked out the campsites and decided to camp at Arroyo Hondo campsite. We got a campsite that looked out over the river and up to the mountains above the river. Beautiful view.
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... and gorge is a tourist attraction unto itself, and the local artisans take full advantage of the easy access to tourists.
We opted to take a scenic gravel road which worked its way down the gorge and then continued along the Rio Grande through one of New Mexico's wine regions.
Upon our return to Santa Fe, we sampled some of the local New Mexico wine and found it to be lovely.
The rain has stopped and it was quiet at the church. The church has been around for more than 800 years, and what makes it even more astonishing is that the church is build out of adobe (mud and straw). Each year they need to resurface the church. A true work of love.
Now it is 11 am and time for bed, we have a lovely little fire going in the room and I am looking forward to a peaceful night's sleep.
... town in the area is Red River – kind of like a Helen, Georgia without all the faux German stuff going on. Just your typical western ski village during the summer. Still crowded, but without the ski lifts working. Now the tourists come for the float trips, white water rafting, and horseback riding. After town, we reached the top of the pass and started back down the hill. Now we were in an open wide valley full of ranches, cabins, and a few towns here and there. The few RV ...