I’m in the midst of my last week at the University of Missouri, which means I have an exam, a paper, and a project to complete; a room to pack; and an apartment to clean.
But here are some more spring break pictures! After visiting Chimayó, Jeff and I went to Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, which is only a few miles from Bandelier National Monument — but to get there, you have to drive almost two hours in the other direction.
The last five miles before you arrive at the national monument are a gravel road that’s being paved over this summer.
And to get to the tent rocks themselves, you have to hike — and sometimes climb — through a slot canyon.
But when you emerge from the canyon and hike/climb up a bit more, you see these:
And there’s a wonderful horizon:
Check out a few more I didn’t blog here — and I’ll continue blogging throughout finals week!