Palacio De Marquesa
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... just to sing)
[A roaside sign warns: You are entering a burn area]
Lord of Ages - Magna Carta (Enough cried a voice and the earth was awakened)
[Just passed a man on a motorcycle - his black full-face helmet had prominent Batman ears on it]
Universal Soldier - Donovan (he's all of 31, he's only 17, he's been a soldier for a thousand years)
Crazy Man Michael - Sandy Denny
[A roadside sign asks: Do You ...
... cool. There were Native American Indians along one side of the square with their jewelry and trinkets displayed on colorful blankets glimmering in the sun. This daily process has apparently been going on for many years.
All were anxious to get to Taos and check in to the Taos Inn. We rode off on H-285 to the intersection of H-68 in the dumpy little town of Espanola...which means "Traffic Jam" in Spanish. It seemed like an hour ...
... Blues player “Guitar Shorty” at one of the hotels tonight and regaled us with stories of guitarists, amps old and new, but stopped short of showing his collection.
We enjoyed such a relaxing time in Taos village, it seemed a shame to leave it and head out to Red River (30 miles into the mountains) where we had planned to take in day 2 of a 3-day Bluegrass Festival. Way up in the mountains, elevation 8750 feet. ...
... with our bowl of scraps they come running! They like our cooking too it seems :) The guy who owns and runs the place is a serious foodie and we arrived to a beautiful antipasto spread with a bottle of red and the treats have just kept coming... we've made him a pavlova as a thank-you but his hospitality has been amazing - such a find! I'll post a few photos of our casita and the grounds because they really are photo-worthy!
Taos itself is very alternative - as ...
... of Taos. We planned on hiking to Wheeler's Peak (The highest peak in New Mexico at 13000ft above sea level) but the roads were only accessible to 4-wheel drive vehicles. We decided to settle for a trail nearby named "Bull of the Woods". The trail started at 9200ft and the first 100 meters were a shock. The lack of oxygen made my backpack feel like it was full of lead and my legs feel like they were made of jello. Amazingly, it took only a few minutes ...