Our Visit To Northern New Mexico - April 22, 2017.


Looking Northeast At Taos, New Mexico From St. Hwy 68.

Looking Northwest At The Rio Grande Gorge Southwest Of Taos. 


Taos Pueblo.

Dropping Out Of Bobcat Pass Looking Southeast At Baldy Mountain.

Looking Northeast At Eagle Nest And Eagle Nest Lake.



13,161' Wheeler Peak - Highest Peak In New Mexico.


Whitewater Rafting On The Rio Grande Southwest Of Taos, New Mexico 

No matter how many times I visit northern New Mexico I can never see it all or get enough of its beauty and splendor. My wife loves the Indian Pueblos and I love the mountains. We are never disappointed when we visit. The vast openness surrounded by spectacular snow capped peaks towering 12,000' to 13,000' over the northern Rio Grande Valley will leave you breathless! Not to mention our state's rich and very diverse culture and historical sites. We spent the past weekend taking in all of the sights and sounds of its beauty and splendor. 

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