Sage Waters of Taos
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- Stopped at a Gas station and got some food(lunch meat and bread) costing me $8
- Just traveled 242.8 miles spending $45.24 on the gas
- Went to Carson National Forest in Carson NM
- There was no entrance fee but the parking cost me 5 dollars
- I visited the Pot Creek and went on a hike by the water
- Sleeping in my car again, hopefully I get more sleep then I did the nights before.
- Waking up around 10am tomorrow...GET TO SLEEP IN !! ...
So, today we meant to have an early start, but well, it was kinda late as our complimentary breakfast took a while longer today. Yesterday's waitress took our order and got us breaky in record time – albeit it was a smaller group than today – and our only complaint yesterday was the coffee was lukewarm BEFORE cream. Today’s coffee (when we received it) was slightly warmer (hooray!), but the waitresses were having issues. ...
- Left early this morning at eight
- Arrived at Carson National Forest around ten thirty.
- Grabbed gas for $23.78
- Also had five sandwhiches for $16.25 and a water for a dollar.
- Had a light picnic and than was back on the road towards Colorado Springs
... uneventful - no snow to be seen in southern Colorado - ever so slightly disappointing for us Aussies but we did find a fabulous little area an hour south of Denver called Garden of the Gods - our final fling in red rock country before hitting the history and culture of DC and very enjoyable. Some bah-humbug peeps stayed in the car but Dad, Chuky and I had a lovely time climbing around and photographing these amazing rock formations.
Today saw us with a 4.30am ...
The campers at the site across from us at Mesa Verde were heading to New Mexico for a month, and before leaving they suggested that a visit to Taos Pueblo, where Puebloans have been living for a thousand years, would provide a wonderful follow-up to what we had seen at Mesa Verde; furthermore, one could camp at Ghost Ranch, where Georgia O'Keeffe had lived and painted for many years. Since we had not planned an itinerary beyond Canyon de Chelly, ...