The last time we were in Albuquerque was in February 2020. We were on an epic road trip to visit my parents who lived in Phoenix at the time. Booked at La Quinta near Interstate 25, we were greeted with the sight of people living and cooking dinner outside their car in the hotel parking lot. The next morning, a man and woman were making quite a scene. Their camper
Technically, this title is misleading. Yes, there is a James Beard nomination in the town, but it isn’t a taco joint, however, I’ll get to that later in the post. I wasn’t in Alamosa just to eat tacos. I mean, that activity was high on my agenda. This is, after all, the land of homemade tortillas. There are also Mexican restaurants across from Mexican restaurants on Main Street. We were
I started writing my annual year in review post and then stopped. It was depressing, I mean, really depressing. No one wants to read that. We all know that 2020 had more than its fair share of heartaches. So I stalled a bit, thinking about a way I could present 2020 in a better light. I decided to use the five senses to describe the good things about 2020 since
Day One: Let’s take a road trip! The next three posts highlight our adventures from Pueblo to the San Luis Valley to Salida. A good time was had by all but especially the dog. She is never happier than when she gets to go. *** I have lived in Colorado since 1999, but Pueblo was a town I had only ever driven by. Before last year, the only two things
I feel like “one night in Laramie” would be an excellent title to a country music song. If a songwriter writes that song, I want credit for the title. We spent one night in Laramie, Wyoming earlier this month and it was a stellar trip. It started with chasing wildflowers in the Snowy Range. I found them. In fact, I found a lot of them! RELATED: The Snowy Range in
I believe chiles make the world go round. So Pueblo Chile & Frijole Festival has been on my list for almost as long as the festival has been running. This year, their 25th anniversary, I finally made to the fest, and believe it or not, it was my first time in Pueblo. I am going to write about our amazing farm tour with Frontier Pathways Scenic Byways in the future.
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