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Mike retired from Civil Service and Deb as an RN. Now we travel in our trailer finding the next bike ride or hike.
Mike retired from Civil Service and Deb as an RN. Now we travel in our trailer finding the next bike ride or hike.

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La Posada
What's a "Harvey Girl"?    I had read about the "Harvey Girls" and thought La Posada might be an interesting stop on our drive through Winslow, AZ. A drive that we take a few times a year. Besides, a nice brunch was calling our names.   Fred Harvey's Last G...
La Posada
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Plaza Blanca and Echo Amphitheater
 More New Mexico In the last post, I said we were leaving Abiquiu Lake but I was wrong. I was having problems with Blogger. It erased this part of the previous post and posted it before I was ready. I am sure it was Blogger not my fat little sausage finger...
Plaza Blanca and Echo Amphitheater
Plaza Blanca and Echo Amphitheater
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Ghost Ranch
The Outback After leaving Ojo Calliente New Mexico, we enter the landscape of vast vistas, table-topped mesas, tall cliffs, the Rio Chama bordered by cottonwood trees, mountains in the distance and more beauty around every bend in the winding road. We heade...
Ghost Ranch
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Ghost Ranch
After leaving Ojo Calliente New Mexico, we enter the landscape of vast vistas, table-topped mesas, tall cliffs, the Rio Chama bordered by huge old cottonwood trees, mountains in the distance and more beauty around every bend in the winding road. We headed t...
Ghost Ranch
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Chimayo
Sanctuario de Chimayo  Tucked into the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, the village of Chimayó may seem far off the beaten track as we drove along the tree line winding road.   Known as the “Lourdes of America,” el Santuario de Chimayó, 40 miles...
Chimayo
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Ojo Calliente, NM
  "Warm Eye" in Spanish As one of the oldest natural health resorts in the U.S., Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa opened its doors in 1868. Steeped in myth and legend, these ancient springs have been a gathering place and source of healing for thou...
Ojo Calliente, NM
Ojo Calliente, NM
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Taos, NM
Taos was 20 miles up the road and had a Walmart for us to stock up. The town is an old village with plenty of gift shops, art galleries restaurants and more traffic than a person could imagine. Our first trip into town was on a holiday weekend which made th...
Taos, NM
Taos, NM
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More Questa
Fall It feels like fall here in New Mexico's mountains. The RV Park has emptied out and very few people on the trails.   Questa has been a great stopping off point. The town looks like it has seen its better days on the surface. The Molybdenum Mine closed d...
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Questa, New Mexico
Hidden part of Enchanted Circle   Mike booked an RV campground in Questa, New Mexico between Red River and Taos that was very affordable and would be a great base for sightseeing for two weeks. As far as I could see, it was in the middle of nowhere. I kept ...
Questa, New Mexico
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more Questa
It feels like fall here in New Mexico's mountains. The RV Park has emptied out and very few people on the trails.   One of the less-traveled paths is the Pescado Trail that connects the Red River Fish Hatchery with the Wild Rivers Visitor Center. This trail...
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