Americas Best Value Inn Farmington
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Today we travelled from Santa Fe to Farmington, crossing through numerous Indian reservations including Iaguna, Jemez, Navajo, Santa Ana, Zia, and Jacavilla Apache.
This meant climbing again to over 7000 feet and crossing the plains which was pretty windy, buffeting the RV around a bit.
Everywhere you looked, each property has a drilling well so this must provide a lot of extra ...
Our trip through the mountains round Taos was different...we had limited views because it was cloudy but the diffuse light was still quite beautiful. We had clear skies in Santa Fe though, where we stopped at St. John's College. We hiked Atalaya Trail, which adjoins the campus, and Charlie got to visit his alma mater. What a gorgeous campus! He actually managed to find a way to walk near the buildings ...
... to my wife, her sister, for 27 years and am just now starting to understand what dressage is but I still want the horse to jump something! Obviously, I don’t get invited to dressage events very often anymore!
It’s dinner time and thank you Kirtland, NM. They have a small teriyaki place in this town and it's just what papa ordered. I get my dinner and take my time enjoying my teriyaki chicken, one of my favorite all time foods. ...
... to get the obligatory pictures of being (standing, or otherwise) in 4 states at one time.
As a rule, folks are generally happy to take a picture if you ask and if you offer to reciprocate, but aside from the highly unlikely “they’ll run off with my camera” risk, the real risk is that the stranger you ask won’t have a good camera eye or operational skills...or worse, the pic will look apparently fine in the ...
... the road quickly turned into a rocky shelf road, with the mountainside on one side of the road and a cliff on the other. We climbed over rocks at 4mph, hoping we didn't meet another jeep coming the other direction. No jeeps came, but we did see a marmot! At the top, we got out and looked at the panoramic view around us! Then, my dad drove the jeep down the numerous rocky switchbacks on the Telluride side ...