New Mexico road trip

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Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe, New MexicoGeorgia O'Keeffe MuseumSanta Fe, New MexicoIf you're in Santa Fe, do not miss this museum!Lost Lake, Taos County, New MexicoLost LakeTaos County, New MexicoBeautiful hike at end of upper red river valley. Aprox 5 miles. Elevation gain of 2900 ft.Earthship Biotecture, Taos County, New MexicoEarthship BiotectureTaos County, New MexicoIf you are ever in Toas be sure to visit the earthship community and learn about the self sustaining biotechture.Rio Grande Gorge Visitor Center, Taos County, New MexicoRio Grande Gorge Visitor CenterTaos County, New MexicoThis incredible bus runs on solar power and serves everything from coffee to ice cream to a delectable combination of both called a coffee shake....Santa Fe Railyard Park, Santa Fe, New MexicoSanta Fe Railyard ParkSanta Fe, New MexicoThe Santa Fe Railyard is social place in the center of town where you can grab a bite to eat, access bike and walking trails, and on the weekends...Railyard., Santa Fe, New MexicoRailyard.Santa Fe, New MexicoPark by the rail yard in Santa Fe, NM. Fun rope playground and artPecos National Historic Park, San Miguel County, New MexicoPecos National Historic ParkSan Miguel County, New MexicoOverlooked by the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, and not far from Santa Fe, the remains of Indian pueblos and the partially restored relic of the...Bandelier National Monument, Sandoval County, New MexicoBandelier National MonumentSandoval County, New MexicoThe Ancestral Pueblo People who lived in the area of the Pajarito Plateau, on the slopes of a Jemez Mountains volcanic field, built a community in...Chimayo, New MexicoChimayoNew MexicoAlthough a classic example of Spanish Colonial architecture (thick adobe walls, two bell towers and a six-foot crucifix), the small catholic church...Williams Lake, Taos County, New MexicoWilliams LakeTaos County, New MexicoBeautiful lake up at around 11,000 feet. The trail head is probably just under 10k so it's a pretty mellow 2 mile hike. If you circle the lake the...
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