San Geronimo Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... called “Lemon Cucumbers” – round and yellowish, but really tasty and fresh. There was a young gal selling her own glycerine soaps, infused with natural products, many of which she collects herself in the area – cinnamon, lemon & ginger, rose, sage & pine, rosemary & orange. She struck us as having her head in the right place – of course I would think that with my sensitivities! But, she’ ...
... that was so very delicious.
From there to Casa Benevides where we had a beautiful room awaiting us. Rested a bit before heading out to look around town. We were still trying to decide where to have dinner and were walking around checking places out and it was very slippery with the ice patches and new snow covering some of the ice. Went back to the room and put on our "yak traks" which fit on the bottom of your shoe and help grip ...
... asked if anyone wanted to do some jiu jitsu and I accepted with excitement! We had an epic battle for about twenty minutes. I was close to getting two armbars but he finally beat me with a modified wristlock. Afterward, we both laid on our backs in exhaustion before shaking hands and discussing the match.
Toas is 7000ft above sea level. At this altitude, it takes about 5 days for oxygen reserves to drop low enough that the body reacts. We have ...
... valley riverside drive, very scenic, lots of motorcucles touring. The valley was narow and the closer you got to Taos, the more homes were nesttled in the narrown valley. I like to spend time imagining how the daily life is in places like this. Some of the adobe or log homes looked super cool and no two were even remotely similar. Tis place almost seemed timeless, the world could pas you by easily. This morning i'm headed out to the Taos Pueblo, a surving ...
... shops, we retreated to the campground.
After dinner we noticed the owner of a mega RV parked across the roadway from us, he was eyeing his vehicle from our side of the road and then pacing out the distance to the RV. Back and forth he went. Curious we thought, but then he came out of his RV with a multi-tool in hand and began to hack away at a tree limb adjacent to his RV. A passerby looked at him with mouth agape ...