There’s been a spate of stiflingly hot days in Santa Fe. It was a 103°F (33°C) last week – which is saying something, considering the city lies at a lofty 7000ft (2100m) in altitude. Fires have closed down the Hemys, … [ Read More → ]
Another overnighter with Sage… (this is what we carried, and here’s a post about our very first outing).
As ever, new lessons were learnt, the main one being: Don’t let Sage eat dirt. How so? Tuns out a … [ Read More → ]
The high desert around Taos, New Mexico, is a vast and open expanse, intercut by the deep gash of the Rio Grande Gorge. It’s a desolate, volcanic landscape that hides ancient petroglyphs, hot springs and crumbling ruins.
In the last … [ Read More → ]
I seem to have a habit of getting myself muddy. First, there was the incident near Pie Town, New Mexico. Then, the attempted ride to Mirador, Guatemala. Not to forget, of course, those memorable miles on the road … [ Read More → ]