A few hours into our ride towards CO, I started working on my home work for teacher training. I didn’t know what my target poses were so I had no idea where to start for a sequence. I came up with about 10 different sequences. Finally I decided on one and sent it in. After that was done I felt free to look around and be a normal human again. So this blog is mostly nature pictures.
Elida, New Mexico
Tesuque, New Mexico it was the same temperature as Elida. I was very greatful for the spring like weather on the way up to Colorado. It was fine until we go to Pagosa Springs. And then a blizzard hit.
This is off of the back porch of the house. I was up way early every morning so I practiced and did my home work in right here.
Off of the side of the house, the porch wraps all the way around the house. It’s really beautiful!
The front of the house. It had an icecicle about 4 1/2- 5ft long.
This is basically what it looked like all the way around the house.
My sister and I on our way to Durango, CO.
I got carried away with Snapchat filters because they are fun and I’ve been sick this whole trip. They made me look way better! Another thing I’m not use to having to dress in this many clothes. I enjoy the snow… but from afar. I prefer the warm weather. In Bayfield, it was 10-28 degrees. It’s just too cold for me.
This is the thai food restaurant we ate at in Durango. It was good(they didn’t have jasmine rice.)🙁
Dulce, New Mexico. This is probably one of my favorite pictures from the trip.
Earth ship village outside of Taos, New Mexico. I could live in a house like this. I think they are awesome. I found out that you can actually rent these earth ships over night. The website is earthship.com/visit-us.
Rio Grande Gorge outside of Taos. This is the best picture I could get.
At the house we are staying at in Red River, New Mexico. Red river is a little enchanted place with shops and food. And the ski lift is right in front of the house we are at.
While everyone is in bed late at night or early in the morning I worked on Yoga. I’ve been up at 4 and 5 am with this 1 hour time change. I’ve had plenty of time to practice and read. It’s nice getting up with the sun in such a beautiful area.
Here is what is in front of the house.
The back of the house had a porch that lead straight to the river.
This is the tiny town of Red River. There is one street with everything on it. Not much variety of food, but it’s a really pretty place.
Before we went skiing I took this picture because I was excited! Here is a word of advice…. if you ski here go on the other side of the mountain. This is my second time skiing and we accidentally went up the black diamond first. I ended up having a panic attack. I just laid on the side of the mountain telling my dad ” I want to go to the beach, I miss Texas, I hate the f-ing snow”.(some few other explicit words) I took off my skis and walked down the mountain. When we got to the green part I put my skis back on. It was horrible and now I really do want to go to the beach, far away from the snow.
This picture has the sun, the moon, winter and fall all in one photo.
Springer, New Mexico. If I’m Being genuinely honest, this is all that is there…for many, many miles absolutely nothing.
wagon mound, New Mexico Roy, New Mexico
Goodbye New Mexico, you’ve been fun…. but I missed my home and my dogs!
Aaaaah to be back in 70 degree weather! When we got into Lubbock we ate at Thai Thai(One of my favorite Thai food places in Texas.) then we headed the rest of the way to paint rock.
We made it I’m home safely and now I’m ready to teach my sequence for teacher training. That’s all I have for now! Until next time.
With love and light