Leaf Peeping in the Manzano Mountains

We took a break from sheet-mulching new garden beds and headed up to the Manzano Mountains to see Fall in action. We hiked about 2 hours on the 4th of July Campground Trail which led us along the edge of a canyon that provided wonderful acoustics for making echoes. (At 44, I still love doing this).

From left to right: Maggie, Tree and Tessie

From left to right: Maggie, Tree and Tessie

Wow, Jen let me take her photo.

Wow, Jen let me take her photo.

Looks like where we used to live in the Catskills, NY.

Looks like where we used to live in the Catskills, NY.

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2 Responses to Leaf Peeping in the Manzano Mountains

  1. Tom Prosser says:

    Wow – the Manzano Mountains picture is beautiful as is the picture at the top of the “Hiking” page. I’m tempted to try to cook the potato gratin.

    Love Dad

  2. Thanks, Dad. Let me know if you try the potato dish!

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