The next day our main activity is to visit the Taos Pueblo.
The Taos Pueblo has been continuously occupied by the Tiwa people for over 900 years.
The Native Americans here were converted to Catholics when the Spanish came, but then returned to their Earth based religion. They have now combined the two, seeing similarities between the two and they practice both religions.
The oldest part of Taos Pueblo. About 150 people live in this village.
We leave in the morning for Bluff, Utah.
This guy was caught texting while driving...
Gas stop in Chama.
We pass Shiprock, New Mexico. This monadnock rises 1583 feet above the desert floor.
Riding into Bluff.
We eat at the Twin Rocks Cafe.....can you guess how they got their name?
Beverly had an excellent burger, sans buns. I had a ho hum Navajo taco.
Tomorrow (in part 3) we'll ride to Torrey, Utah.