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Travel Blogs from Red River
Still had not decided what to do for our anniversary when we awakened on anniversary morning. Then......................let's go to Taos. Fixed a mercola smoothie, gathered up a few things and off we went to Taos.
As we were driving along the river it began to snow all the way to Taos. Decided to have brunch at the Old Martina Inn. What a delightful place. They gave us a glass of champagne to help us celebrate our anniversary. Had a spicy ...
... said - a place for free-spirits and like Santa Fe was 30 years ago. Courtesy of a hot tip from our host Richard we managed to get Charlotte a "gig" at the open mike night at Taos Inn on the night we arrived - one of their regulars gave up a small slot for her and she sang Halleluijah but this time in a much more professional environment and with at least 200 people in the bar! I have tried to post some video of her singing but it hasn't uploaded :( - you'll just have ...
Tuesday, June 4 – We left Taos and headed north and could see in the distance the Taos Mountain Ski Area. Taos Ski Valley is New Mexico's best downhill ski area and during the summer there are hiking trails throughout the forest. At the base of the mountain you can find condos, restaurants, bars and other lodging. It’s a real nice four season resort area.
The Carson National Forest was on our right driving ...
... day, I was so looking forward to see him all wet in the stream.
Late afternoon was spent driving around trying to make use of the late afternoon light to get some good photos. Up till then we were 0 for 6 in terms of our goal to get good photos for our walls.
Since we were hours from the closest town we were by ourselves for dinner. In Red River I bought a potato, an onion, a can of tomatoes and a can of ham. Johan had ...
... did not have the time.
The restaurant was in the middle of this small town called Chimayo. It is one of those towns that is easy to just drive through. But I read a lot about this restaurant – usually that means expensive – but I checked the menu on-line and it seemed OK. For a tiny little town, this place was pretty big, and crowded for 11:45 on a Monday. It is in a converted ranch house with a few terrace seating areas out back. First we started off with ...
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