Day 37: Wheeler and Walter Peaks

We’re sitting in a quaint corntyard, waiting for our name to be called for a table at Rancho de Chimayo. The history of this dining experience seems vast and the James Beard award is a bit intimidating. Especially considering I’m wearing flip flops, have no makeup or bra on, and just threw my hair in […]

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Day 37

I’m sure you have heard the song once I was seven years old, well fun fact when I was seven I climbed my first mountain. It was twin sisters peak and on it you are able to summit two mountains in one day. Unfortunately due to circumstances we only summited one and untill today we […]

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Let Her Cry

“And just let her cry if the tears fall down like rain Let her sing if it eases all her pain” Hootie & The Blowfish I’m not one who typically shares their emotions on a public forum, but I feel like I wouldn’t be doing the day or the blog justice without mentioning that we […]

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Hiking Wheeler and Walter Peak

This morning as the 5:30 alarm rang I literally had icicles growing from my eyelashes because of how cold it was. Our sleeping bags are supposed to keep us warm up to 19 degrees Fahrenheit but I think they meant Celsius or the inventory has zero concept of temperature. It was FREEZING. We got to […]

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Mountain Brews

“As we get to the top of the mountain there‚Äôs a view Take a load off and crack a few mountain brews” Mountain Brews To pick up from where I left off with yesterday’s post, we did indeed wake up at 5:30 this morning. We had breakfast and semi packed up, since we had decided […]

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Day 36: Taos and Williams Lake

If you showed me a picture of the mountains surrounding us, the alpine lake we’re camping just above, the towering pines, and the mule deer who just stopped by our campsite for its dinner, I would never have predicted it was set in New Mexico. The morning started lazy, something I’m getting used to. We […]

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