Are you headed to Santa Fe in the near future? If so, then hiking Tent Rocks is a must see adventure, and if you’re not, then you need to speed to the Southwest as fast as possible.
This Other World is located about 45 minutes out of Santa Fe toward Albuquerque. The native name is Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument. If you want to feel like you left Earth and entered a Star Trek Episode, then this is one of the Earthly places.
Below are a few photos from the trail of this Other World.
And…if you are in Santa Fe, stop by to see Bartender Geraldo, and his Guadalupe tattoo, for some Divine Intervention with Blood-Orange Margaritas (Alcohol-Free Option Available) and Red or Green Chili Enchiladas (Vegetarian Options Available) at La Choza Restaurant. My favorite-every-meal is an order of Blue Corn Burritos with Red Chili, and added Vegetarian Posole and Spanish Rice. It’s more fun to sit at the bar counter instead of a table. (To sit at the bar, you must add your name to the blackboard by the cash register).
Serving Monday-Saturday Lunch (11am-2:30), Dinner (5pm – 9pm) CLOSED SUNDAY (sad face).
Phebe lives in Dallas, Texas. Want to make a positive contribution to Climate Change…begin to adopt a Plant-Based Diet.
Katie Heard Roy says
The pictures are just beautiful! Hope you had fun in the sun! I like getting the emails from you! Take care, Katie
Phebe Phillips says
Thanks for the nice comment. We had a great time. I’m so happy you enjoy the blog.
Lowell Reiland says
You love Tent Rocks As much as I do, which is only a hop, skip, and a jump from my Santa Fe live/work studio: seehttps://www.pinterest.com/lowellreiland7/tent-rocks-%7E-lowell-reiland-new-mexico-landscape-p/?utm_campaign=obpinrecs&e_t=234cbd5fb55942a682f0ff62a701c626&utm_medium=2012&utm_source=31&utm_content=406801847530444697
Grat to see images within the bigger picture from far above: thank goodness for telephoto’s invention!
Enjoy life, as I can see that you do so.
Phebe Phillips says
Thanks for this comment. We do like Tent Rocks! Your FaceBook page has beautiful photos. To my readers, check out Lowell’s FB page.