Taos, New Mexico – Day 1

Yesterday I drove the motorhome the about 100 miles from Heron Lake State Park to Taos, New Mexico where I am parked at the Fraternal Order Of Eagles Airee #3849. I expect to be here for several days.

Along the way I crossed a 10,500 foot mountain pass. According to information I found on the Internet, U.S. Highway 64, on which I traveled, is the highest contiguous highway in the United Sates and is routinely closed in the wintertime. Also along the way walking alongside of the roadway was a bighorn mountain sheep. By time I realized what it was, I was passed it and nowhere to stop to take a photo. A neat happening.

Despite still recovering from my May 27th accident, I managed the drive okay. I’ve decided, now that I am on the move once again, to wear my elastic chest bandage all day long rather than take it off at 2:00 PM like I’ve been doing lately.  I continue taking Ibuprofen and icing my rib cage area twice a day.

I’ll finish with the Heron Lake photos with tomorrow’s Blog. Today’s are the finals of the sunsets…

As always you may left click upon an image to see an enlarged view and then click once again to see an even larger view…

Enjoying beautiful brilliant sunsets is another joy in the life of a full-time RVer!

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All original material Copyright – Jim Jaillet 2012
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