We are having a garage sale this Sunday October 3rd starting at 10am, right here at our shop's warehouse. Garage sale pricing on all our stuff!
So you don't want to miss that.
The mountains of the Jemez were calling for some attention. So, some of us from TTN answered the call on Friday afternoon. We packed up the transportation vehicle and headed North, North West.
On route we were meet with some light rain and a light wind. It wasn't until we passed the Jemez Pueblo that it became apparently clear that the bulk of the storm had recently vacated the area. Run off from the higher sandstone cliffs had created many small red streams that crossed our path on New Mexico Route 4. As we crossed these streams, a bit faster than we should have, waves of red engulfed our white vehicle leaving blotches of fine sediment across the front and sides of the vehicle. From a distance it looked as if we had hit a small animal.
After passing through Jemez Springs, the soda dam and turning west onto State Road 126 we climbed higher up into the Jemez Mountains looking for a particular forest road. Upon turning north on to our special road we were met with a muddy path of delight and more light rain. So on we went fording small streams and engaging large pools of milk water.Read More