This hike through the cliffs and ancient pueblo dwellings made me think what it might be like to live in the Frijoles Canyon so long ago. The following series of photos will share the sights along the trail at Bandelier National Monument. It is an awesome place, and I hope to hike other trails in the park someday to explore further.
There are many trails at the Bandelier National Monument, but the trail that most visitors are here for is the 1.2 mile loop that takes you right through the historical Pueblo sites. It is so worth the trip!
As I was walking the streets, alleys, and nooks of Santa Fe, a lovely smell of fresh baked pizza drifted down from the third floor of a small shopping center. I found my way upstairs and discovered Rooftop Pizzeria. I picked out a corner table on the balcony, with a view of the city below and the moon above. My choice for dinner was the Linguine Alfredo – “locally grown green chile, roast chicken with creamy Alfredo over linguine.” As you can imagine, dinner was great!