We left Winslow and moved along to Albuquerque, New Mexico.
It’s no secret I like casino campgrounds and there is a great one just west of Albuquerque. I had decided I needed some time to catch up with my adult duties like cleaning and maintenance so I booked for a week. Nothing particularly exciting happened during that week but I sure got a lot done.
We enjoyed some really beautiful sunsets and even a double rainbow one evening.
Then the week was over and off we went to Santa Fe! We stayed at the Santa Fe KOA and boy was it snug.
That’s the RV in the site next to me completely obscuring my view. Snug is one way of putting it. We were crammed in like sardines.
Campground aside, Santa Fe was great fun. I was finally able to meet Sandy who I’ve been online friends with for years and who was a high school classmate of my late husband.
Sandy graciously took me to the Santa Fe Plaza for a wonderful day of shopping, touring, eating, coffee and conversation.
I love the architecture.
One thing I like about Santa Fe is there is a lot of vegetation. The green looks so pretty in contrast to the browns of the buildings.
I could have taken hundreds of photos but I was beat!
This picture is quintessential Santa Fe to me.
Little nooks and crannies filled with merchandise.
Thank you so much for your hospitality, Sandy!
It’s such a charming city and I’d love to spend more time there someday.