Monday, June 3, 2013

Moving day.

I will be moving again today, but before I leave I want to share a few more pictures from Friday's trip through the mountains.











Now it's off to new venues in search of the good life.

17 comments:

  1. Are you sure you weren't in a helicopter? Those are some high places you were in. Thanks for sharing the photos. Drive safe.

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    1. High enough to be in a helicopter, 10,022 feet.

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  2. Great photos. I bet this would be a beautiful ride in the fall when the trees are changing colors. I love the colors interspersed with all the firs. Be safe.

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    1. They say it is, but it gets a little chilly in October up there.

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  3. Love the new header photo. Now I am sure we would really enjoy that ride! Safe travels.

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    1. It's hard to get out and see things when there are driveways to be built. Maybe next year.

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  4. That was from the train? Or are you feet very tired?

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    1. I guarantee it's from the train, I don't have that much energy.

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  5. Travel safe. I will look forward to more pictures. What direction are you heading?

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  6. Breath taking views for sure.
    Can't wait to hear about your next stop. travel safe

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  7. Thanks for sharing all the neat pictures. Looks like the ride of a lifetime. Now you won't have to go up in one of those hot air balloons!

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    1. Whew, that's good news because hot air ballons never made my bucket list.

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  8. Were you worried at all, being on a train track up that high, at the edge of the mountain? I think that might freak me out. It looks like you did just fine, though. Beautiful photos. I always wonder about the people living in those little farm houses, and the lives they lead.

    Hey, thanks for the link in your comment for the active fires site. I've bookmarked it so it's handy. It looks like the two larger fires in New Mexico are continuing to grow. We need RAIN not FIRE. I'm well away from them here, as long as people are careful in this area. :)

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    1. Actually the fact that the train has been running since 1860 is pretty reassuring.
      You're welcome for the link, I hope you are in places where you don't have to use it too much.

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  9. Nice pictures. Can not help but think of the men that built this railroad and how dangerous it was for them.

    Certainly something for the bucket list.

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