We’ve mentioned how we love the arts, so we couldn’t pass up the chance to stop in Taos, even though our plan was to stay off the path-more-traveled. We’re so glad we did. Taos is a really dog-friendly town. We found the perfect campground close by – it’s called Sierra Village Lodge and RV Park. We chose a nice spot next to a rushing stream with trees around it. Plus, this particular spot had a little fence on two sides which helped Mom & Dad keep us, um, what’s the word? Controlled, yeah, that’s it. You can read a couple of reviews about the Park here http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions/New_Mexico/Taos.html
The host was super-nice and helpful and we ended up staying much longer than we had planned.
The first order of business, after eating dinner, of course, is breaking out the guitar for some good old-fashioned campfire songs as we get comfy.
Hey. The backup singers are here and we're ready to rock! Where's the guitar player? Do you think Eddie would have kept the rest of Van Halen waiting around like this? We're just saying...
The next day, we were in the mood for a little local shopping at an outdoor market at the Rio Grande River Gorge on Hwy. 64 above Taos. Just look at that view!
Here we are casually strolling along . . .
It doesn't look like Baboo was all that impressed with our tough-guy routine.Ex-cuse us! Are we boring you?
The Road Dogs
Rockin' Out in Taos