Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Colorado and New Mexico

We left Moab after much rain and a minor warranty repair to the truck and headed for Durango. The purpose of going to Durango was not to ride the famous train (we've already done that), but to buy some Indian pottery at a store in Silverton that has a great sale at the end of the season. We managed to meet that goal and spent too much on some beautiful pottery. From Durango, it was on to Santa Fe, where we are now. After another trip to the Ford dealer for the same problem, (you can't expect them to get it right the first time) we took the day and drove to Taos and toured the pueblo. Once again we spent too much on Indian pottery.
Tomorrow we head south to Albuquerque to visit with friends and to take care of some business for son Eric. Then on Saturday we head home, hoping to arrive sometime Sunday afternoon.
We have no adventures planned until next April (Hawaii), so this blog might be pretty quiet, but you never know.
TAOS PUEBLO

SAN JUAN MOUNTAINS NEAR SILVERTON

SILVERTON - DURANGO TRAIN
WHICH RAN THROUGH THE MIDDLE
OF OUR RV PARK

1 comment:

Nick S. said...

Have you added another trailer to hold the pottery you're bringing back?