Now along the way into town, we went the backway in. Dirt road, steep hills, driving next to the gorge, plus beautiful views. Yes a car can traverse this route, slow and easy is all it takes.
This back way in would take us to the Royal Gorge on Hwy 64. A real bridge, yes a real bridge that spans over the gorge and you can walk or drive over it. Of course driving in, allows you to come into Taos. Walking of course allows for good PHOTOS ops.
Which we took advantage of:
Ok, as we enter into Taos, we saw signs about an auto show along with produce market. We located a free parking space, and then Susan, DaGirls and I went in-search of photos;Thinking of you Gary
One of the things I like about Taos ? PAW FRIENDY, yes you heard me wright. We located cafes, brew pubs, and restaurants with dog friendly patios.
Along the way, I spotted the Brew Pup, that is, wait, wait for it, paw friendly…..another big YEA. This is a place we are coming back to.
Today I selected 5 Star Burger place. This reviews on this did not let us down and neither did the restaurant let Dakota and Tilly down either. By the time we were done, home-made biscuits, bowl of ice cold water, a sampling of our lunch, YUM, and for desert? They had larger cups of ICE CREAM then Susan or I. We will come again. YEA.
As we walked around the plaza on Saturdays, a produce market was in full swing. We were amazed at the produce being hawked around the plaza.
Finally, as we were leaving the plaza, we spotted a ride. Needless to say, we could not resists:
Aka Dakota & Tilly
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