Taos, New Mexico – Day 2

The motorhome is currently parked at the Fraternal Order Of Eagles Airee #3849. I expect to be here for several days.

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…

Here’s the view from my dinette window. It’s not truly spectacular, but the price is right…

My first pre-sunrise was not as spectacular as Lake Heron…

Speaking of Lake Heron…here are the final photos from there…

On September 5th at about 7:00 AM, I was working with my computer and looked out of the dinette window and…THERE IS WAS! I rushed to grab my camera and within 30 seconds it was gone!

Enjoying beautiful sunrise rainbows is another joy in the life of a full-time RVer!

In other news…

Yesterday was 111 days since the accident and it was my best day since that event. I’m not sure if it is more psychological with being back on the road again and new scenery…but I definitely felt better. I’m still wearing my elastic chest bandage, taking my ibuprofen and icing my chest twice a day. My right rib cage remains slightly swollen and still a little tender to the touch…BUT…the pain is starting to diminish noticeably.  I’m feeling so much better that I’ve decided to remove the recovery status page from the header. Unless I have a strong relapse I’m also going to stop talking about my recovery process as well.

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6 thoughts on “Taos, New Mexico – Day 2

  1. globalanni

    Amazing photos! Thanks!

  2. Donna Huffer

    How is Mary doing? Glad you are doing better. We are heading to Canyon D’Chinle as Bob has never been there. I am a bit apphensive about doing the 6×6 ride.

    • ramblinmanjimj

      Hi Donna,
      Mary is still at home in California. She was supposed to rejoin me last week, but at the last moment found out she need carotid artery surgery asap. I’m hoping to get her back by mid-October. With regards to the Canyon de Chelly 6×6 tour, we would both do it again in a heartbeat. It’s the best way of all the tours to see the canyon. The freak accident we were involved in was the first on 30 years of tour operations.

      What happened to your planned tour of Alaska this year?

  3. Wow these are beautiful pics!

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