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December 03, 2015The great southwest

It's been cold here in Jackson Hole lately. Temperatures have fallen below zero at night and daytime highs have struggled to get out of the teens. Looks like that's gonna change in the next few days though and I'm hoping to get out on some water and wet a line. I haven't done any fishing lately, mainly because of the cold temperatures and being out of town.

Jamie, Lulu and I took a road trip to the southwest over thanksgiving, putting 2500 miles on the suburu and covering 4 states. Stops were made in Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah. Some great friends and family put us up along the way, with the bulk of our time being spent in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Unfortunately I didn't take any fishing gear, choosing instead to focus on time with family and friends. I did do some scouting though and will definately take a rod next time! Below are a few pics from the journey...

Kit   Carson's home

Here's Kit Carson's home in Taos, NM. After reading a lot about Carson over the years, it was really cool to stand where he once spent time. We spent 2 nights in Taos staying with friends Mel and Charlie; super cool folks who showed us around and made us feel at home.

Nate and Jamie

Dressed up for a Thanksgiving feast. We went to a friends house in Santa Fe for Thanksgiving dinner. Really had a nice time walking around town a bit and then eating with some great folks. Note the new Stetson... I picked that up in downtown Albuquerque at the Man's Hat Shop. If you're every in the area, I highly recommend picking up a hat there. The service was fantastic!


Couldn't resist a picture with Fred. Came across this Flinstone themed campground on the way to the south rim of the grand canyon.

Lulu keeps an eye out while I paintf

Lulu and I did alittle painting while at the Grand Canyon. This was the first time I'd been to the GC and it blew my mind! Far exceded my expectations.

Now back home, my attention is focused on some art teaching gigs and the Christmas season. We cut down a tree on Tuesday and plan on decorating it tonight. Today i have to sort out outdoor lights and replace bulbs....


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