Cuba, NM to Grants, NM

7 thoughts on “Cuba, NM to Grants, NM

  1. Don’t want to pop your balloon, but there are higher peaks than Mt. Taylor in NM. The highest is Mt. Wheeler, east of Taos, at 13,000’+. I hate to say it, but you aren’t in the most scenic part of NM. But you’re close to connecting the dots with last year—congrats!

    1. OMG, you’re totally right! Where on earth did I get that idea? Dah, totally makes sense. Maybe I read that it was the highest peak on the CDT in New Mexico? Thanks for the correction, Lee! Really like to post accurate stuff, so i’m glad you did. And yes, bubble burst, why did I climb the darned thing then, it was an alternate from the main trail even! Oh well, it was a nice hike with great views. Ha!

  2. Some more amazing scenery pics. Not sure about the ones with your feet in them though…happy FB friendaversary!

    1. Happy FB friendaversary to you too! I didn’t know that was a thing. We should really celebrate some date in late January for our real friendaversary, next year it’ll be, what, 24 years? Gosh!

  3. So many amazing pictures. Trail Angels always are so amazing and it makes me smile that people are so kind to take time out of their days to support hikers. Thanks for sharing your journey!

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