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... they were able to open the car, sorry Hertz!
I was actually in NM for less than 48 hours, which is crazy to think about, I feel like I did a lot in a day and a half. Santa Fe is a trek coming from Atlanta, I don't think I'd go unless it was a long weekend. It also helped that the conference paid for lodging and airfare, but I'd still go back, I just think it would have to be under the right circumstances.
Good news for the people that enjoy skiing, snow is coming down. Of course, because Santa Fe is used to snow, we were still able to get around to do what we wanted to do like enjoy our exercise class and yoga at the Genoveva Chavez Community Center.
We enjoyed walking through the snow to get to the Tea House and work on travel stories and looking at the Santa Fe river flowing through the ice and snow!
... usurped his role as fire starter, is quicker at putting up the tent, and we no longer bother with bear hangs, he badly needed these man points. Day 54. Tuesday 7th October. Rio San Antonio Wild Camp to El Rito Northern New Mexico Community College. After our failed attempt yesterday to squash two days of riding into one, we thought we'd have another crack, aiming to get to Abiquiu a day early or at least as close as we possibly could. The day became a bit of a blur as we ...
Spent last night in the town of Springer at the Santa Fe Trail RV Park.
This morning we stopped at the Fort Union National Monument. I wasn't expecting much, but we were able to have a guided tour by a guide that was so full of knowledge and she made the history of the Fort come alive! We spent two hours walking among the ruins and although the trails we walked were over 1 ...
... the state line there is a small town called Glenrio. It was bypassed when the interstate was built and at that time there was no exit to the town for 5 miles. There are still a few people living there but most moved away soon after the interstate was completed. There are numerous houses and businesses that were left to the elements, it was quite spooky as the road itself through the town is four lanes. After Glenrio ...