Santa Fe Via Blizzard Express

We made it to Santa Fe, New Mexico, yesterday evening at 9:30 p.m. MST, six-and-a-half hours behind our schedule, slowed and stopped by an unexpected blizzard that blasted into west Central and Panhandle Texas.

Nature commands, we follow.

We missed the farolitos and canceled our reservations at Casa Sena, but arrived at our hotel for the night.  There was room at the inn, if you call ahead.

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4 responses to “Santa Fe Via Blizzard Express

  1. What a trip! Glad you made it safe and sound. Hope you make it to Casa Sena on another night…mmm. We are also fans of Tia Sophia’s for breakfast or lunch; one must load up on that chile during these winter days. Enjoy your visit and safe travels home…

  2. Thanks, Martie, for your reply. We will book again at Casa Sena before we leave, for sure. I’ll have to look up Tia Sophia’s since you like it. We had a bad experience with Open Table reservations yesterday at Fuego. I will post a blog item on the conflict. We are headed to Taos today for a day trip–Doc Martin’s for lunch, galleries. All in the high, cold desert! Happy Holidays!

  3. I am glad you are safe. Being from NM the snow hit northern NM with a vengence. I finally ventured out Saturday out toward Gallina, NM. They still had alot of snow but I did get some photos. I have one called Decanso on my site,
    There you can still see what was let of the snow.
    Taos is a great place to photograph, enjoy your vist.

  4. Thanks, Evangeline. I’ll have to go back to your site to see Decanso. As you know now, things went well while we were in your state. Taos was a great place to photograph.

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