Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe-5We finally arrived in Santa Fe a day later than we had planned because of RV repairs in Tucson. We are staying at the Trailer Ranch RV Resort only 4 miles from downtown Santa Fe. After settling into our site we drove into Santa Fe and went for dinner at the Blue Corn Café. We walked the streets and gazed at all the beautiful art pieces in the windows and on the sidewalks. The next day we drove to Canyon Road which is an entire street dedicated to galleries and art shops. We had breakfast at The Teahouse, sitting outside under the trees, enjoying the best oatmeal I have ever eaten, (and I’ve eaten a lot of oatmeal). We walked up and down Canyon Street exploring all the unique shops with different art sculptures and paintings, and Décor for homes. Click on thumbnail to view images Continue reading

Denver Colorado to Tucson Arizona

On Monday Oct 28th thetime finally came to say a sad farewell to Pat and Harry Koehler who have been our faithful companions for 4 weeks. We are heading south to Tucson, AZ, and they are heading north, home to Calgary, Alberta, before the snow arrives. So it’s back on the road again after a much needed rest for 3 days in Golden. The drive to Santa Fe, New Mexico, took us about 7 hours of flat terrain and big sky country with beautiful cloud formations. We stayed at the KOA Campground, very clean and not very crowded. We decided to take a trip into Santa Fe for the evening, but it was too late for a lot of the shops to be open. So we had a Mexican dinner at the Shed Restaurant in downtown Santa Fe. Continue reading