Tuesday, September 9, 2014

 Our 9 day trip to New Mexico. Experience the South West a little more.
Starting in Santa Fe, after the short drive up from Albuquerque airport.
Santa Fe is a pretty rich town, lots of money here. Art is big, here. I found decent coffee and really good food.

Here the train station.



I really like their houses here. Great colors and shapes.
And I like the girl in front of it.



And lots of flowers in the Bandalere Park.













This is a non-existent Caffee in Los Alamos. This town is simply a weir place. Geek central to say the least. Only Nuclear scientists there, and only the super geek kind. And guess what, you see it. It the town there are practical facilities ONLY. And it seems like everything is supervised by someone. Parking spaces galore, no shops to get nearly anything, not a coffee shop that is worth the name, I had to go to Starbucks to get something that somewhat resembles an espresso. Fusion Cafe was not open yet, or already closed again. We where happy to get back out of there.
Calle Valderas a GRAND Valley made by a huge Vulcano eruption.

We then did our 1 1/2 hour hike in that area. Amazingly green and lush.




We even saw a couple of Deer.




Can you see that CAMEL?


Well, here a few facts a iit this state I dound interesting.
Population: 2 Million
Highest point: 13200 ft
Lowest point: 8400 ft

Sunday, September 7, 2014

New Mexico 1st few days

 Our 9 day trip to New Mexico. Experience the South West a little more.
Starting in Santa Fe, after the short drive up from Albuquerque airport.
Santa Fe is a pretty rich town, lots of money here. Art is big, here. I found decent coffee and really good food.

Here the train station.



I really like their houses here. Great colors and shapes.
And I like the girl in front of it.



And lots of flowers in the Bandalere Park.













This is a non-existent Caffee in Los Alamos. This town is simply a weir place. Geek central to say the least. Only Nuclear scientists there, and only the super geek kind. And guess what, you see it. It the town there are practical facilities ONLY. And it seems like everything is supervised by someone. Parking spaces galore, no shops to get nearly anything, not a coffee shop that is worth the name, I had to go to Starbucks to get something that somewhat resembles an espresso. Fusion Cafe was not open yet, or already closed again. We where happy to get back out of there.
Calle Valderas a GRAND Valley made by a huge Vulcano eruption.

We then did our 1 1/2 hour hike in that area. Amazingly green and lush.




We even saw a couple of Deer.




Can you see that CAMEL?

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Tall energetic positive thinker who does not take himself too serious.

Outdoor enthusiast, curious about most everything.
I take lots of pictures, consider myself a Green Guy, energy saver ... and so much more
Favorite Quote:
The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it 
but that it is too low and we reach it.
- Michelangelo