Santo Nino Chapel in Chimayo en route from Santa Fe to Taos

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  1. Your stop # 8 at the Taos Junction Campground, I am surprised that you did not identify the bridge as the John Dunn Bridge as it is a great tourist stop itself.

    1. Hey Jerry, thanks for the comment! This is the Taos Junction Bridge but you’re right, the John Dunn Bridge is also a great tourist stop! ? xx – Anshula

  2. We are on our way to Taos from Santa Fe to see the Taos Art Museum at the Fechin House. They have many Nicoli Fechin paintings on loan and the home itself is a piece of art. Nicoli carved the wooden interior with as much talent as he painted his works of art.

    1. Thank you so much for letting me know! I’m going to be going back to Taos soon (*fingers crossed*) so I’ll definitely be adding this to my itinerary. 😊 xx – Anshula

  3. Lots of Churches! I drove the low road about 2 weeks ago and it is a bit boring from Santa Fe to Espanola but then gets much more exciting as you wind along the Rio Grande Gorge. The Covid restrictions are being applied very spottily. Taos was about 80% closed with all fast food joints only allowing drive through. Red River was fully open. If I had known this before I would have spent more time in Red River. Santa Fe was fully open as was the Old Town and Sawmill in Albequerque. The Albequerque Hotel had their beautiful garden closed for drinks.

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