I got home last night after a day of traveling. Caught a plane in Albuquerque, New Mexico in the morning and flew to Baltimore, Maryland. That felt like a short flight since I slept half of it. Then from Baltimore we caught a flight back to New Hampshire. My husband met us at the airport with the dogs. They were ALL so excited to have us back home.
So I just unloaded all my photos off my phone and my camera this evening, but thought I would share a few with you.
My friends who live in Taos, New Mexico live up on the mesa. It is flat and pretty treeless, but that means you can see for miles in all directions.
Sunset off the back of the house.
The Sangre de Cristo mountains off the front of the house. They get this red/purple color at sunset.
Their dog walking herself home after our morning stroll one morning.
The treeless mesa.
Now that I am home I am readjusting to life in a hilly, heavily treed environment. Totally different from the mesa.
Funny how at first the mesa seems so bare but after a day I like the wide open space. We had one cold and very windy day when we didn't want to be outside but the other days the sky was blue and cloudless. We took a leisurely hike one day and went and soaked in the pools at Ojo Caliente, a spa, another day.
It was fantastic to get outside and enjoy the fresh air and sunshine.
And in the morning its back to work. I am not upset, but it would be nice to have another day off. I still have suitcase to unpack and a 2 hours time change to adjust to.
Actually, it would be really nice if I was still on vacation another few days.
But who's complaining? I will say the vacation has refreshed me and I m really ready to think spring.
Plus I am glad to be back to the blogging life. It will be good to catch up with all you. I never unpacked my computer once I got to my friend's home, but I did stop by a few blogs on my phone when I had a few minutes of quiet time.
Have a great start to your week.