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Along the High Road

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The road between Espanola and Taos, New Mexico, commonly referred to as the "High Road to Taos," covers a distance of about fifty miles and passes through many northern frontier settlement towns. Because of the speed limit and road conditions, a trip along this road usually takes three hours although some drivers do it in less. They drive serpentine roads, look at quaint h ...more
Paperback, 117 pages
Published December 1st 2003 by Sunstone Press
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Patrick Gibson
Jan 25, 2009 Patrick Gibson added it
Recommends it for: road trippers
Shelves: new_mexico, road_trip
You could ask for more, but you don’t really need to. If you are going to trek the High Road and have never done it before, then this is a good book for such a purpose. If you are local and want more than the casual tourist info, seek other sources. This slim little paperback has just enough information for a one day tourist drive up to Taos. It recommends all the right places to stop and sample the local landmarks, art, food and scenery—with just a little bit of historical background. There isn ...more
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