If you missed any of my Colorado posts, check them out first:
– A Day at the Pack Burro Races in Leadville, Colorado
– Exploring Colorado’s Great Outdoors + Is the Dwight Howard?
– Colorado Gold Rush Towns: Georgetown, Central City and Black Hawk
– Denver Trip Report: Art Museums, Botanic Gardens and a Phoenix Concert
We enjoyed our meals at this beautiful wooden table or outside on the patio. Every morning and around dusk we would have a ton of hummingbird friends visiting us outside. It was so serene.
The bedroom was comfy with lots of storage space so we could unpack and feel at home, plus there was lots of natural light.
We stopped in the town of Madrid, which is a now recovered ghost town with lots of galleries and cafes. We walked around the main drag and visited some of the shops. One of my favorites was Cowgirl Red, a store that specializes in vintage cowboy boots.
|One of Cowgirl Red’s doggies|
Both Raisin Bread and I ordered buffalo burgers. I had mine with a side of spicy cole slaw. Um, this burger was soooo delicious. It was one of the juiciest I’ve ever had.
Next up: Our day in Santa Fe!
2849 New Mexico 14
Madrid, NM 87010