Stuff to remember Left Minneapolis January 6, 2022 Returned Minneapolis March 30, 2022 Total Miles: 9362 MPG: 19.6 (I was… Read more Solo Ski Sojourn 3: It’s a wrap!
Category: Solo Ski Sojourn III
Amache Concentration Camp—A home by any other name…
La Junta to Granada is only an hour and 15 minutes apart so I had hoped to make one tourist… Read more Amache Concentration Camp—A home by any other name…
The Wander Woman Heads Home
Armed with my stack of National Park Service brochures, I turned right out of the NPS Regional office parking lot… Read more The Wander Woman Heads Home
Not every day of my Santa Fe stay was as reflective as the daytrip to Tsankawi/Bandelier/Los Alamos/Dog Park. That’s the… Read more National Treasures
Falling for Santa Fe
I had hit my 500K vertical goal at Taos, so now Ski Santa Fe was icing. I must be a… Read more Falling for Santa Fe
Route 66 from Phoenix to Santa Fe
From Phoenix, my Little Blue Truck headed north to pass through Sedona, one of my husband’s favorite places on earth.… Read more Route 66 from Phoenix to Santa Fe
Warm Weather Break
I packed up ten days of chaos and pointed my truck southwest. After a couple of Advil, my back was… Read more Warm Weather Break
A Mountain is There, Climb It.
I had two more days at Taos before I needed to hit the road again. The weather forecast was sunny,… Read more A Mountain is There, Climb It.
Taos—Cold, Snow, Owning Hunziker
Taos is nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains of northern New Mexico. The town is 20… Read more Taos—Cold, Snow, Owning Hunziker
Wolf Creek & Pagosa Springs, Yamaguchi Brothers
I was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked Aspen and all the skinny women there, but it was time… Read more Wolf Creek & Pagosa Springs, Yamaguchi Brothers