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Our Northern New Mexico Trip - May 31 - June 3, 2013.

We stopped in Roswell For A Break At The McDonalds, And Found
 This Hanging On The Wall. Very Appropriate For A McDonalds That
 Is Designed After As Space Ship I Would Say. 

View From Out Hotel In Santa Fe, New Mexico Saturday Evening. 
Smoke From The Thompson  Ridge Fire, Located 10 Miles North 
Of Jemez Was Drifting Over The City. While Smoke From The
 Tres Lagunas Fire  Near Pecos Can Be Seen In The Background. 

Looking West From Our Hotel In Santa Fe At The Thompson Ridge Fire.

Taos Pueblo Near Taos, New Mexico.

My Wife (Diane) Standing In Front Of The Taos Pueblo Church.

Rio Grande Gorge Bridge West Of Taos, New Mexico.

Looking North Into The Gorge From The Bridge.

 Wheeler Peak. Highest Point In New Mexico (13,161').
From Bobcat Pass (9,820') Near Red River, New Mexico.

Miles And Miles Of Nothing But Miles And Miles Near Vaughn, NM.
The Ongoing Three Year Drought Is Taking Its Toll Across Our State.

Rain Fell Over The Harrison Ranch Located 40 Miles North
Of Roswell, NM Sunday Evening. This Rain Gauge Showed .70".
More Thunderstorms Were Building Over The Capitan Mountains.

My wife and I took off last Friday afternoon and headed north to Santa Fe, New Mexico. We spent three days exploring the local area as well as the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. We visited Taos, Red River, Eagle Nest, and Angel Fire. New Mexico isn't called "The Land Of Enchantment" for nothing. Even though the ongoing drought is taking its toll across our beautiful state.

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