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Category Archives: Sunrises

Day 49

The last morning at Bosque del Apache NWR: the Great Blue Heron. And a bit closer-upper. ~Curtis in /\/ew /\/\exico! {!-{>

Day 36

On the Bosque del Apache NWR. ┬áThis is one of the irrigation canals on the Refuge, with a little morning fog… ~Curtis in /\/ew /\/\exico! {!-{>

Day 028

Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. ~Curtis in /\/ew /\/\exico! {!-{>

Day 345

Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. ~Curtis in /\/ew /\/\exico! {!-{>

Day 333

Heading South out of Chama, NM, means a big drop in altitude. Chama is over 7,800 feet. A pretty nice panorama was waiting a little way down the hill. ~Curtis in /\/ew /\/\exico! {!-{>

Day 281

Down on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Narrow Gauge Railway, aboard Galloping Goose #5! A few snapshots out the windows of the Goose at the rest of the rail yard . We were in the back part for this part of the trip. ~Curtis on the Cumbres & Toltec! {!-{>

Day 280

Down on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Narrow Gauge Railway! Looking down the Station platform in Chama, NM. Farther down… Waiting for our train to be called in the Chama Station. (A three photo panorama!) Friend Walter heading down towards the Galloping Goose! There it is! And the crowd is getting seating assignments (anywhere you […]

Day 278

Raising steam in the morning in Chama, NM. Same place and time as below… ~Curtis in New Mexico! {!-{P

Day 276

Cutting out a few days, I found these intriguing images of Raising Steam in the morning… At the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Narrowgauge Railroad Chama Yard, Chama, New Mexico. A different view of the photo above. And another photo at the same place and time…all taken on my iPhone 8… ~Curtis in New Mexico! {!-{>

Day 272

The Start of the Galloping Guise Adventure! Friend Walter and I got up at Oh Dark Thirty to drive to Denver for our first day on the road. The a whole lot of nothing (errr…Wyoming…) until we reach: Cinzetti’s Italian Market Restaurant in Northglenn, Colorado. Buffet style Italian. Delicious! Then lots of traffic until we […]