Rancheros de Santa Fe Campground
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After watching the sunrise over the white sands we headed out to Santa Fe. We arrived mid afternoon and got ready to go explore the town and have dinner. I visited all the churches and wandered through several of the man artsy shops that were selling. Variety of local jewellery and household items. At 7.30 we headed for dinner at the cowgirl. I had the game steak with elk, buffalo and venison.
This morning I woke up before my alarm (as usual), went for a quick shower then back to camp where our tour leader, Anniken, was cooking a special birthday breakfast for Ji-Won. The smell wafted through the campsite and we were drooling in no time at the prospect of a cooked breakfast of bacon, eggs and pancakes. Yum! After we finished our …
We got started about 9:00 this morning, heading to Taos, via the "High Road", a winding route through the back country. It was billed as a tour through art and craft galleries in the small communities along the way. Actually, we found no galleries that looked safe enough to visit, but the trip through the North Central part of New Mexico was very …
This morning there was a period of drizzling weather, and then the sky actually cleared substantially. We did laundry last night, and will probably do more this evening. Our plan for this morning is to go to Old Santa Fe downtown and see shops and galleries. Cynthia is happily anticipating the Georgia O'Keeffe gallery. We are hoping to be able to …
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We woke up early to get ready to head out of South Fork and go to Santa Fe. A lot of others were hooking up and leaving also. We left at 9:00 am and drove to Alamosa and then went south. We were in the back country and the roads were very nice. We didn't have to go up in any elevations and go through passes. It was a …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRancheros de Santa Fe Campground
Being a desert place, there were rocks everywhere and we had to avoid them when we set up camp!
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