While visiting northern New Mexico we stayed at Cochiti Lake Recreation Area. This has got to be the most beautiful site we have ever had. I could never get tired of these views!
The morning after we got there we woke up to a very cold morning and an amazing view of snow-covered mountains off in the distance.
I was super excited to find out that the Boyink family of Ditching Suburbia was staying at the same campground for the first few days we were there. I have been following their blog since before we “ditched suburbia”. What a treat to have the chance to meet them in person and get to know them better.
Just before we took this picture with them, we got to admire this awesome rainbow.
There was so much to see and do in this area, and no way to see and do it all in the time we were there. I guess we’ll just have to come back again someday.
While there we did make it to several fun places including Tent Rocks National Monument, Santa Fe, and the Turquoise Trail. They all have their own blog posts.
We also met up with some other Fulltime Families in the area for a couple of roadschooling field trips. It’s always fun to find out there are other FtF’s nearby. We went to the ABQ BioPark Zoo in Albuquerque.
And the Explora Science Center also in Albuquerque.
I sure will miss the spectacular view at this campsite, but at least I know we’re moving on to more spectacular views. I love this nomadic life and the constantly changing scenery!