A big sleep and a nice roll out. The changing scenery was amazing and varied.
A stop at Hubbell’s Trading Post. A real interesting view into this area after the Navajo long walk and Hubbell’s help. A very cool store with incredible Navajo handmade art, jewelry and hand woven rugs.
Got to Albuquerque to understand that the Isotopes the Triple A franchise of the Colorado Rockies is playing tomorrow at 6:30 pm. I will be behind home plate.
Next stop was Albuquerque Botanical Garden. A nice green park with space, water and a conservatory.
On to my hotel next to the park and Old Town, Casas de Suenos.
Tomorrow, the Paseo de Bosque bike trail. A slow down in the afternoon and the GAME. Peace out Tres dog
9 thoughts on “Monument Valley, AZ to Albuquerque, NM.”
Trey! Let me know if you ever make it out here to Los Angeles!
– Rus (WOOTon)
Sorry I spelled Tres wrong!
Hey Rus! Craig Gilbert here. How are you? I hope well.
Your pictures are amazing. I especially love the 2 above “A stop at Hubbell’s Trading Post. A real interesting view into this area…” that remind me of NW Nebraska and the Badlands. And the general store (trading post?) reminds me of Laura Ingalls Wilder books! Have a great time at the game!
Glad you are going to get a ball game in.
Inquiring minds want to know if they had bolo ties at Hubbell’s Trading Post?
Great, great pictures with captions I can understand as a desert dweller. Enjoy the game! AAA baseball is so much fun. Stay safe. Ann Marie
What a great post. From the rocks to the garden to the VERY cool Casa de Suenos! Enjoy the game.
OMG– I rec’d two postcards from you last nite and Ruthie forwarded me this Fabulous Post. Don and I sailed thru New Mexico in the RV and missed seeing all of these very interesting sites. We were in a hurry to get back to work. Couldn’t take time to smell the roses. thanks for the cards and sharing your photos. YNSSA