Fisheads San Juan River Lodge
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... second time we take the car in to get fixed. So Guenther takes the car into town to get it looked at. He comes home and we try it again and still to no avail. We give them a call and we will take it in on Monday when we leave.
We have a mix of sun and cloud and take a walk down to the boat dock. On our way I encounter one of the slimy, slithering things. Fortunately for both of us it is dead. Guenther said it was a gardener snake, but ...
... of Pueblo Bonito, Una Vida, and Penasco Blanco were built, followed by Hungo Pavi, Chetro Keti, Pueblo Alto, and others. They were often oriented to solar, lunar, and cardinal directions. Lines of sight between them enabled communication features, water control devices, and formal earthen mounds surrounded them. They were set in a landscape surrounded by sacred mountains, mesas, and shrines that still have ...
... Pic 7 - As Far as the Eye Can See: This pic does not do justice to vast expanse of nothingness before me.
Pic 8 - Flowers for the Lady: Middle of nowhere outside Farmington, NM, a field of sunflowers. For my beautiful wife.
Pic 9 - Pedro Time: This is Pedro of Pedro's Burritos Mexican Take Out in Vaughn, NM. Nice gent I got a breakfast burrito from to give the rain a chance to pass.
Pic 10 - Next best thing to a Taqueria: Now ...
... which she uses to make a chokecherry pancake syrup for her restaurant. I helped her pick some berries as I chatted with her. Raw chokecherries aren't very good to eat so I didn't bother trying any.
A little further down the road I came across a roadside stand where someone was selling jerky and pinyon pine nuts. I've been curious what pinyon pine nuts taste like so I stopped to get some. He was selling them raw and ...
... and the amazing scenery around us. Not too much further up the road, we started seeing Colorado Columbines! Around the bend, the meadow was filled with them! We got out again to get pictures of this beautiful flower. Looking up ahead, we saw the road start climbing up the mountain. This time when we got back into the jeep, I got to drive! I got to drive all the way to the top of the pass: 13,114'! From ...