Latest Travel Updates: Kasha-Katuwe

Our last highlighted photo time was in Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument . The name “Kasha-Katuwe” literally means “white cliffs” in the language of the Cochiti Pueblo . These tent-shaped cones represent the effects of wind and water erosion. The park stands between 5700 and 6400 feet above sea level. The hike starts off taking you through […]

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Latest Travel Updates: Bell Rock Courthouse, Sedona, AZ

Jayne and I traveled to Arizona for our second trip, a few weeks after visiting New Mexico. As with most of our travels, we do “spokes of the wheel” adventures, starting from a central location. For this trip, our wheel center was Sedona, and it featured daily hikes. The first hike was the Bell Rock […]

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Latest Travel Updates: Gas Pump Museum, Embudo, NM

During our recent trip to New Mexico, we stopped at the Gas Pump Museum  in Embudo. This nostalgic location was created by owner Johnny Meier  25 years ago. A retired scientist from the Los Alamos National Laboratory  where he worked on laser technology, Johnny’s passion for vintage gas pumps, cars, and other memorabilia can be […]

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Latest Travel Updates: Taos, NM

Another location we visited during our recent trip to New Mexico was the sacred pueblo at Taos.  This World Heritage designated site  is the present day example of the on-going culture of the Pueblo Indians . It is considered to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities in the United States. As such, it is […]

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Latest Travel Updates: Madrid, NM

This fall, Jayne and I traveled to New Mexico and Arizona again, within the span of two months. As a result, I have decided to write a series of quick highlights of some of the locations we visited. The first location in New Mexico I wish to highlight is an artsy  town called Madrid . The […]

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