Monday, February 28, 2011

Albequerque, NM

This town was a delight. Old Town was quaint with shops and classic adobe homes. I loved the art around town. There were beautiful sculptures and the bridges were like none I've seen any other place. The landscape was stark and crass with its jagged edges but the people were very warm.

leaving the campground

never got the story behind this mountain...

loved the art

I got my kicks on Route 66 ;-)

crossing the Rio Grande River

we also crossed the Continental Divide between Alb. and Gallup, NM
                               We were only in Albequerque overnight but I enjoyed every minute.


  1. I'm so happy I found your blog! Thank you for sharing your stories and photographs. We'll be going fulltime in a few months and are looking forward to it. We are a family of 4 (we have two girls). Can't wait to move to an RV!

    Please keep posting!

    - Mariza

  2. Congratulations on your decision! Thanks for stopping by :) Safe travels for you and yours.

    much love

  3. Thanks! I have a new blog, just a few posts for now. I'm sure I'll have more interesting things to write about once we move.

    Let's keep in touch! Please keep posting on your blog.