Travel Blogs from Monte Vista
... where the brave are free and lovers soar
Come ride with me to the distant shore
We won't hesitate
To break down the garden gate
There's not much time left today, yeah
Life is a highway, I wanna ride it
All night long
If you're going my way, I wanna drive it
All night long
Through all these cities and all these towns
It's in my blood and it's all around
I love you now like I loved you then
This is the ...
... Bruce, you pimp.
We had made it through Albuquerque and down as far South as the Mexican border. We had a conniving plan to cross the border and then cross back with the hopes of getting a new stamp in our passport that would extend our stay in the States another 90 days. First sign of us crossing, we were pulled over and searched...
We are back on the road again, starting to make our way slowly back to Oregon.
Not really ready to back yet but there is the business of getting the taxes done and I have doctors to see.
This road to took over Wolf Creek Pass was just so beautiful, the pictures do not give it justice.
... are the cathedrals where I practice my religion...I go to them as humans go to worship. From their lofty summits I view my past, dream of the future and, with an unusual acuity, am allowed to experience the present moment...my vision cleared, my strength renewed. In the mountains I celebrate Creation. On each journey, I am reborn." I also added that I hope one day they will become my everlasting tombstones. What can be ...
... road, with the mountains still no closer we decided to stop to take some photos and then head back, the road had seemed long enough already and we had to do it all over again to get back to the highway and i wasn't sure gareth would cope with that without a rocket booster. The views were pretty stunning all around and the contrast between the snowy mountains and the dry, dusty ranch land around us was huge. Again the skies on one side were clear blue and cloudless, but over the ...