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... a lone Cherokee on the road. Maybe my imagination is not that wild after all?
We head into the forest area and are pleased to see that the area is turning to tall pines and mountains. The scenery is improving, but you don’t see any deer, birds, prairie dogs, or anything that is alive. The road here through the forest is very steep and winding around the mountains. The speed is slow, but the views are beautiful. There is evidence of a forest fire here. It looks like ...
... seem to cycle for miles out here ! At least I felt I had fully stretched my legs before a drive of some 400 odd miles .
Stopped off a few times on the journey and had a picnic with all our left over food (hmm sweaty sarnies - very English) - not many inspiring views or places to stop off on this leg of the journey so it was a bit of a long plod.
We did stop off where ...
... my meditation retreat in Colorado. The vistas were amazing at least the ones that I could see while keeping my eyes on the road on the small steep and winding road. Discovered what the 1 and 2 on the automatic gear shift are good for and kept the truck in second most of the way. It saves your brakes and engine and acts like a governor so you can’t go to fast. Steep gorges and rolling mountains of volcanic rocks. Went around a bend and saw a ...
... a little salt on it. Yum.
We also bought a chile Christmas wreath for our RV.
The Pecan Groves were being harvested also, however we couldn't find any unshelled pecans yet.
Short stop and now off west to our usual first stop in SW Tucson for laundry and house cleaning before we head over to Tucson Mountain park for a week of camping in the Sonoran desert.
... but never made it – the town of Truth or Consequences (locals just call it T or C), but first we have a one nighter at Oliver Lee State Park near Alamogordo.
Oliver Lee State Park is really geared for serious hikers. The main attraction there is the Dog wash with runs up into the mountains there. It’s a hellish 10+ mile hike that is exposed and dangerous. We didn’t do that. What we did was a pleasant one mile nature trail ...