Tuesday, May 2, 2017


Currently in Santa Fe NM (Low 39 Mostly Sunny With a Shower High 69) 

After getting our underbelly repaired we left Albuquerque yesterday and headed to Santa Fe New Mexico. We are staying at Santa Fe Skies RV Park.

It was approximately 60 miles, this is the route we took.

The main thing we will be doing in Santa Fe for the week is adjusting to the 7000+ altitude. Our next three planned stops, if we adjust to the altitude that is, are also 7000+ in Colorado. We both have had altitude issues before at 7000+, Jo more so than Bob. Hopefully 3 weeks in Albuquerque at 5312' will help our adjustment. We at least hope we will feel good enough to eat at some of the great places to eat in Santa Fe. Bob got takeout from the Blue Corn Cafe and Brewery for supper and it was good. We'll have more to say about this adventure later.

Till next time,

Bob and Jo


  1. We will need to make those altitude adjustments for Jim but he seems to handle them quite well. Enjoy Santa Fe.

  2. Neat place, Santa Fe. We didn't get to try all the restaurants we wanted, but we found what we thought were some good ones. You can check our list to see what you think. We might have written about some of them, too; just search the blog for 'Santa Fe' and you should see those. We really enjoyed the outdoor market on the weekends in Old Town; you can read about that, too. If you use Santa Fe Skies' wifi, be careful not to stream any video or do heavy downloads. The 'wifi police' will cut you off. If you have a dark night and want to do some stargazing, consider driving west on I-25 to highway 16 and drive down toward Cochiti Lake. You'll be on the west side of a ridge of hills that will hide the lights of the city. There's very little traffic at night, and the stars are amazing. Lots of good memories in Santa Fe; y'all will have a great time!

    1. We already are saying we need to visit Santa Fe again and realize we need to stay longer the next time. So much to see and do.

  3. 7000' is pretty dang high. Just take your time and you will do great. We only spent one day in Santa Fe but it was a very lovely day.