North Road Inn
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... camped by a stream, enjoying a pleasant evening with cool breezes and gurgling waters.
Easing into the next morning, we drove back through Truchas and down to the Nambe Pueblo where we stopped to taste wine at a well-developed boutique winery. We picnicked on the patio enjoying the whimsical art gracing the grounds and departed with a few new bottles to restock our traveling wine cellar.
The road west led straight to Los Alamos, home of the ...
... like we were in the middle of nowhere today as we followed highway 84 from our hotel to the border of New Mexico. After crossing the border we stopped in at a visitors centre and got all our brochures for the state which included the states hotel coupons (with a coupon we got our room for the night for $45 which is great for our budget!). The lady at the reception reminded us to wind ...
... to Kyle behind the counter who gave us a map and highlighted areas he said we should checkout. We went for dinner at 'The Shed' and enjoyed a lovely meal of Southwest Shrimp and Spanish rice. We were both shattered (again) so got a taxi back - with Dan who was quite a talker, but very funny. Changed in to Pjs and chilled out before going to sleep So excited for a second night in the same town for ...
... way out of the trail we happened upon a ranger - apparently we weren't suppose to be on the trail because of the recent fires... The caution tape was off, but I think he thought we took it down (which we didn't)... He didn't ticket us, so that's good! ;) After that we drove a little farther to the Pajarito Mountain lodge/ski area and the boys took off up the hill toward a little building. Jake went all the way up there! Nice! :) Then we drove a little ways to a ...
... was evidence of the fire three or four years ago that was sad to see.
Arrived at the place, unloaded and walked down to San Antonio Creek where we were going to be planting trees. Part of the crew we had met last time were there and we said our hellos and then got to work. Fortunately the soil was not as clay like as before and we made some good progress.
Stopped and took a break ...