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We packed so many unforgettable experiences in our New Mexico road trip, it is hard to pick a favorite. Driving up through the red and multicolored rock formations from Española to Abiquiu and further on to Ghost Ranch, Georgia O’Keefe‘s adopted home was one of the most scenic drives we took, and we could easily understand why the painter chose to move out to what appears to be such a sparse, rough region.
We thought two weeks in New Mexico might be too much, but it turns out we only added to our itinerary, and on our next trip we want to visit several more national parks, take a rafting trip down the Rio Grande, hike in the Enchanted Circle north of Taos and slow down to spend more time in the towns we already visited. In total, we drove over 2,600 miles in New Mexico alone (over 4,100 miles in total all the way to Chicago) – we’ll be sharing more stories about our road trip here shortly.
Our recent posts
It seems some of you have not received our latest posts in your inbox – we apologize for the malfunction! Here’s a recap of the posts we’ve published on GlobetrotterGirls recently:
- Life and death on a road trip through Argentina’s Quebrada De Humahuaca
- Despite issues of safety, women should continue to travel to India (guest post)
- Polaroid of the week: Meet Diego, the llama
- Break Free Session 11: Kim Dinan, author of Life On Fire – A step-by-step guide to living your dreams
- Polaroid of the week: Adobe home in Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Globetrottergirl of the month: TV & Film props master Katrine Hyllegaard
- Break Free Session 10: How Andrea Loubier became Mailbird’s CEO within one year of breaking free
- Polaroid of the week: Alien Zone in Roswell, New Mexico
- An unforgettable summer, a New Mexico road trip and what’s next for the GlobetrotterGirls
- Polaroid of the week: White Sands, New Mexico | Road Trip Highlight Week 1