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... was half expecting to be told to stop, but the staff who walked by were all friendly and a couple even commented (positively!) on our setup. We walked the grounds-- some spots, such as one of the hot tub areas, is under construction, and the pool is too small for such a large place, but there are many small, well-kept gardens and strolling around is ...
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I posted pictures of the campground Fawn Lakes which I reviewed below with the Red River flowing through it and the fishing lake of Fawn Lake (really four lakes). It was so nice to see thick green trees and mountains which reminded me of northern New England and the northwest states of Oregon and Washington.
Tuesday, June 4 – Fawn Lakes – Carson National Forest, Red River, New Mexico
... beautiful Lake Abiquiu. Rattlesnake territory, Abiquiu is one of the only lakes in the region that hasnīt entirely dried up. The rainbow-banded rocks make a beautiful sight to fall asleep and wake up to. Itīs Blairīs favourite scenery so far. Outside Abiquiu, houses are haphazardly thrown together, and everyone seems to own an old school bus. Artists are everywhere and you can just imagine how the plains used to blacken ...
... nap we headed to the Taos Pueblo, which has been inhabited for 1000 years continuously and is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. Many of the homes on the ground level had been converted into shops, but you could still see where some people lived. And the church in the Pueblo was beautiful. It was a Catholic Church, but interestingly the primary figure behind the altar was a female, presumably Mother Mary,although she ...