Hacienda Dona Andrea de Santa Fe
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... to climb up (and down).
Telling myself that hundreds of tourists do this trip every week, I plodded on, not looking at where I had to go.
And after pounding breathlessly up very steep and narrow (as in turn sideways to fit) staircases, I came to the first ladder. Not very high, really. So up I went, panting at the 6,066 feet elevation.
As a note - these are not store-bought Home Hardware ladders, these are 2 long logs for the vertical supports ...
... a valleys surrounded by mountains. Our first stop was the Railyard District, then on to Canyon Road, then back to The Plaza area and finished off the day at the Georgia O'Keefe Museum of Art and a look at the Capitol area. I will let our pictures show you some of the sights we saw today. Dinner in tonight and a quiet evening watching a TV movie and maybe a peek at The Emmys. Tomorrow is our last day touring and we are off to Taos in the ...
Liz woke up early this morning, she even set the alarm to be ready for the sunrise....it went off twice ( not that I heard it! ) it was too early for the sunrise then went back to sleep and slept through it....Never mind we will be seeing lots of sunrises! and sunsets on our future travels. When we were in Sedona a few days ago we saw a 1912 car travelling slowly along the road, by chance yesterday whilst here at the ...
... I’m grateful that there is no rain. We get back without incident and get our shuttle back up to our car. All in all another day well spent.
We get home a little later tonight, so I’m glad we are only barbequing up some hamburgers tonight. This is the end of our time here and it has been very pleasant. We like this part of New Mexico and would like to return.
Tomorrow we head off to Colorado and the Navajo State Park. More adventures to come….stay ...
... start but soon we have power.....but still no showers. Time to boil the kettle for a sponge bath. All is good except its 45F outside and just as cold inside the van, its going to be a fast bath. And for all you that know me well, yes I am wining continuously to Gordon about the cold.
The next day we have a lovely cook up ...