Rio Colorado Lodge
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[Another sign: Carson Forest: Land of Many Uses]
Southern Man - Neil Young
[All the crosses in the Tulpa cemetery seems to be festively decorated - colours and tinsel]
Because the Night - Patti Smith
Behind Blue Eyes - The Who
Shelter From The Storm - Bob Dylan
Looking into You - Jackson Browne [oddly appropriate end to the trip]
Taos is home to the country's oldest pueblo community, the newest national monument and the highest peak in New Mexico. Its known for some of the best hiking, snow sports, arts and cultural events and out-of-the-world vistas! The colours, the contrasts and an exciting mix of history, recreation and entertainment. River rafting on the Rio Grande is extremely popular with some sections of the river rafts were lined up waitin their turn to charge through ...
... of five National Forest campgrounds near Red River, New Mexico on the Scenic Byway the Enchanted Circle. Most of the campsites are along the river and there are sites big enough for 30ft RV’s. The best sites are for tenters or those with vans right on the river but all sites are close to the river. No hookups but water is available and the pit toilets were very clean. It is a beautiful campground located under the ...
... art galleries, with something for even the most disinterested. We discovered some beautiful paintings, with my personal favourite being the New Mexico inspired watercolours by William Haskell, and Blair liking Billy Schenck - a cowboy who studied under Andy Warhol.
Native Americans lined their mats with handmade turquoise jewellery outside the Plaza, and it was all beautiful stuff, if a little pricey. ...
What an interesting history this place has and what a mix of cultures. I suspect this history is taught to American school children from a young age, but again I didn't know it (apologies for my ignorance) so am sharing my interpretation of some of it. (Well maybe not all American school children as I heard a tour guide in one of the museums today rousing on a child, about 8 or 9 years old, for not knowing the history of the Boston Tea Party, perhaps he ...