10 February 2007

The Land that Time Forgot

Pack your bags and put on a good pair of hiking boots, we're headed to the...


Tomorrow I start several weeks of graveyards [not as bad as it sounds, it just throws off your sense of time and space]. I decided to take my first New Mexico adventure of 2007...and what a great one it was.

Sixty minutes north of Albuquerque [I-25 north exit 22 west to Pena Blanca and Lake of the Cochiti] you will find the the Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks, which were formed by gigantic volcanic eruptions hundreds of thousands of years ago...before cable and MTV even. There are two main hiking trails which are not bad at all, 1.3 and 1.7 miles long. And man....the scenery is AWESOME. Enjoy.

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