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The drive home from Denver was easy and uneventful. We have never seen this little snow at the top of Wolf Creek Pass this time of year. Our house weathered fine and was not as dusty as expected.
Big ups to Mike, Mike, Eden, Kerri and Beka for helping with the house and animals and making this ...
... 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 ...
... different types of Native American buildings that can be found throughout the Southwest.
There are many examples in the area of petroglyphs and pictographs. Petroglyphs are images that are carved into the rock, pictographs are "painted" on the rock with pigments.
Next morning I drove the short distance from Bloomfield to Aztec, NM. This ...
... 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 ...
... 25 to Santa Fe and then jumped on to Interstate 84 north toward Chimayo. My friend Miranda had recommended the stop in Chimayo to us as the legendary Santuario de Chimayo church is there. The church has a well (not the water kind) inside it from which visitors can take a handful of dirt believed to be ...
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