Rancho De San Juan

US Highway 285, Espanola, New Mexico, 87532, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on US Highway 285, Espanola.
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Travel Blogs from Espanola

Summoning Summer - Let's Celebrate Solstice!

A travel blog entry by kristenuj on Jun 26, 2011

1 comment, 28 photos

... Appleton, WI with it's 80,000 people (and 8 gate airport). Anyway.....Along with Laura came a few prizes she brought...delicious mangos from the tree in her backyard AND, the very first avocado, also from her own tree (an especially a big deal because last year the wind trashed her whole crop). Seems she may just be as sweet as those marvelous mangos!


The next day, we arrived back up on the mountain to see the droves of people ...

Set Up Crew, Pre-Solstice Celebration

A travel blog entry by kristenuj on Jun 06, 2011

8 comments, 31 photos

... and mind to a whole different list of options for living life in a happy, healthy and holy way. I was not expecting these results and all i can say is that it felt amazing, authentic and so right that the word "home" kept coming to me. Results like these are truly life changing. When i returned to FL, I continued practicing Kundalini at a wonderful studio (Yoga Source) where i learned from experienced teachers. I found myself in love with the practice and ...

New Mexico

A travel blog entry by camelsandtacos on Jul 14, 2010

... past Trinidad, Starkville, and the mining ghost town of Morley you drive through Raton Pass hitting the state line ending up in New Mexico, specifically Raton. My cousins Ruben and Viola who are old enough to ...

New Mexico so far.... sad.... really sad

A travel blog entry by chadmarco on Jun 22, 2010

4 comments, 10 photos

... know, the kind that is coiled up with knife blade barbs. Creepy. His was one of the few pieces of property not tagged with gang graffiti. There is vandalism everywhere you look. Most of the neighborhoods are trailer park communities and the first couple of homes, entering from the highway, are always tagged up with spray paint. It appears that there ...

A Dream Fulfilled

A travel blog entry by keeleyhope on May 03, 2010

... washed and bagged them. The internet was not working and I was blocked in the driveway but I found my lost sock, from the laundry yesterday, on the ground. I decided to keep it simple and head to Taos. I waited for goodbyes and pictures, left at 10:15 and got gas in Santa Cruz. I was planning on seeing them again so it wasn't too bad.

I took off on the High Road to Taos and made it to el Santuario de Chimayo before 11:00 and had ...