Five Things to Do in Santa Fe

Santa Fe is a beautiful town surrounded by beautiful mountains. Our ten days there were a breathe of fresh air feeling very much like a Southwestern Berkeley, at least to us. Of course it could have been the altitude! Did you know that Santa Fe is located at nearly 7200 feet above sea level? That's 1500 more than Denver! I see why people say it is a great place to visit and I certainly agree … [Read more...]

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We spent nearly two weeks in Santa Fe and were out every single day exploring.  There are tons of interesting things to see in a 90-minute radius around this area and I wanted to share my five favorite with you. Rio Grande Gorge When I was younger my father was stationed at Fort Bliss in the El Paso, Texas area. During the three years we lived there I got to see a lot of the Rio Grande River … [Read more...]

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What a week! We landed in Santa Fe last Friday and the days have flown by! I got caught up on a lot of blog writing over a couple of days in Las Cruces so I have been out and about more with Mr. Misadventures and I am exhausted, but in a good way! Food, glorious food!  We have a Trader Joe's, two Whole Foods and the Santa Fe Farmer's Market, and we can once again bbq since the lovely RV park we … [Read more...]