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Farmington is a city in San Juan County in the US state of New Mexico, with a total population of 45,426 people. Farmington (and surrounding San Juan County) makes up one of the four
Farmington is the largest City of San Juan County, one of the geographically largest counties in the United States covering 5,538 square miles and serves as the commercial hub for most of northwestern New Mexico and the Four Corners ...
Casinos are good for parking as long as you don't play the slots, I'm kind of laughing right now because theres a pack of dogs roaming the parking lot, only on an indian reservation would you see this. :) Next stop is Moab,UT for some bike riding on slick rock trail. P.S. thank you again Bonnie for the bicycle helmet, I think I'm going to need ...
... set out by the first builders. The people left in the late 1200's, leaving well-preserved structures and artifacts that tell their stories. Today, many Southwest tribes, descendants of the ancestral Pueblo people of Aztec, maintain cultural and spiritual ties to this site.
Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Nageezi, New Mexico. For all the wild beauty of Chaco Canyon's high-desert landscape, ...
... marker AKA time to stretch the legs.
Pic 4 - Odd Art: Almost missed this piece of art at the rest area titled "El Jefe". 1997 commissioned for Art in public spaces. What it is, I have no idea.
Pic 5 - Cattle Ranch: Just had to stop for this cool cattle ranch sign outside Yeso, NM. Not a cow in sight though.
Pic 6 - Cattle No Go: Cattle grate at the Murphy cattle ranch. Don't know why they need it; there are no cows to keep ...
The fly shop is a lodge as well so they serve dinners. After a day on the river we treated ourselves to a night out . The appetizer was smoked trout artichoke dip, then Barb had a spinach salad and I had grilled romaine caesar salad.
FishHeads San Juan River