After camping out in Bandelier National Monument at Ponderosa Campground, I hit the road again and experienced the majestic Jemez Mountains and perfect weather.
Tierra Amarilla (Spanish for “Yellow Earth”) referring to the clay deposits found in the Chama River Valley and used by Native Americans
Mesas of the Pajarito Plateau near Los Alamos, NM
A lousy attempt at catching a double rainbow…sorry…may have also been driving at this moment. See it though?!
I found a trail to get a closer look at the Chama River. This could have definitely been a setting for some intense scenes of Breaking Bad for crime to go down out in the middle of nowhere NM.
On the way back home I just had time for pictures of trees (Aspen and birch are my favorites) driving 12-13 hours straight to make it back for work the following day ~1850 miles + 5 days =road trip success!
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