Drive to the south of us - and a bit west. The road leading to the dried up river bed.
On May 27, 2011 my husband and I had a great drive to the south of us. These are places we had never been before. Way, way out in the boonies. It was a rough and bumpy ride out there. We won't be going there again, not as far as I know. We probably will go to the dry river bed though - I'd like to see it with water in it. But then, maybe not; if it did have water in it the road there would probably be very muddy.
The dried up river bed showing the rocks from the old bridge that used to be there. We walked along this dry stream bed. There's very cool sand to walk in - like at the beach. I've heard it gets wet at times. We have not seen it wet.
Yellow desert flowers are by the dried up river bed in among the rocks.
Pretty red and yellow desert flowers by the dried up river bed.
More of the dried up river bed.
The dried up river bed again, showing the rocks from the old bridge that used to be there, probably from back in the 1800s.
On to Three Peaks the extinct volcano. That's part of it to the extreme left.
The road leading to Three Peaks the other extinct volcano.
An Earthship home by Three Peaks the extinct volcano in northern New Mexico, USA.
A Teepee home
A Teepee home and landscape
An Earthship home
Looking off to the south-west by Three Peaks.
The Road by Three Peaks leading off to the South West.
The View by Three Peaks off to the South West.
Houses and the View by Three Peaks off to the South West.
An Earthship House
The road and more dwellings
A pretty view of sagebrush and mountains in the distance
The road leading past Three Peaks the extinct volcano toward the west in northern New Mexico, USA.
The road again
The View of Three Peaks, (called Tres Orejas by the Spanish settlers) the other extinct volcano, heading along the road back toward the north.
The View of Three Peaks the other extinct volcano, heading along the road back toward the north.
More scenery near Three Peaks
An interesting dome-shaped home to the west of Three Peaks the extinct volcano. They have solar power and wind-power. Check out the solar panels and the wind mill.
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