A start and an end: part four

A fake block of toilets with a real portable toilet on the outside. WHY!?

A fake block of toilets with a real portable toilet on the outside. WHY!?

The truth is out there. I made several attempts to scale the wall of the fake toilets.

The truth is out there. I made several attempts to scale the wall of the fake toilets.

The road to Taos, NM was a beautiful one. Desert! So much desert! After a short stop in Taos we made a very unsuccessful attempt at finding some natural hot springs and resorted to taking snaps in our cars on the top of an amazing outlook.

Taos, NM. Rendezvous in town.

Taos, NM. Rendezvous in town….he looks after me.

An opportunity too good to refuse. We straddled our cars for this promo shot.

An opportunity too good to refuse. We straddled our cars for this promo shot.

We made our way from Taos to Pagosa Springs, a town conveniently half-way to our desired destination. The road to Pagosa Springs went from desert, to pines to snow covered hills. It was an amazing drive and one that was regrettably done partly under the cover of darkness. After dancing in the snow and almost falling a few metres into a dark icy river we continued to the drive and finally arrived at our next Airbnb accommodation, a two story house with hosts who freely advertised via Airbnb the availability of weed upon request.

It was one of our shorted pit stops, we were off again early the next morning, this time to Mesa Verde to take in 800 year old mud buildings and high-up views that had us all feeling a little queasy.

Mesa Verde, CO. These dwellings were built approximately 800 years ago.

Mesa Verde, CO. These dwellings were built approximately 800 years ago.

I liked this sandwich until I had to eat it. Three animals too many.

I liked this sandwich until I had to eat it. Three animals too many.

Lunch at Mesa Verde.

Lunch at Mesa Verde.

 

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