Friday, November 4, 2016

Santa Fe, NM - Oct 31-Nov 4, 2016

We stayed at the Santa Fe Elks Lodge.  While they provided us with a great camping spot, the lodge had no hookups, so we boondocked for a few days.  We fired up the generator, and everything worked out OK.  

We explored this area called Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument.  

It's amazing to see the Ponderosa Pines growing among the towering cliffs

The trail winds through the narrow canyon walls.  That's why they call it the Slot Canyon Trail

We made it to the top!!

These Native Americans are selling jewelry and crafts at the "Palace of the Governors" in historic Santa Fe.  The adobe building was built in 1610, and it's the oldest, continuously occupied public building in the U.S.

The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi stands at the end of the street in downtown Santa Fe

Boondocking at the Elks Lodge

We had to stop in Winslow...just to stand on the corner for a moment.

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