Heading up the Mountain

Heading up the Mountain

Our day started with a trip to Little Anita’s a staple place in New Mexico that serves some of the best breakfast burritos! IMG_5352 Not forgetting of course Green chilli – I’ll be honest, it’s a little spicy, but I handled it! After this we wrapped up in our gear and headed up to Sandia Peak Tramway. It stretches from the northeast edge of the city to the crestline of the Sandia Mountains and has the world’s third longest single span. The view from the top of the mountain was breathtaking – 1) because it looked amazing and 2) it was 10,000 feet up! There was also A LOT of snow up there which was perfect! IMG_5385 IMG_5410 IMG_5414 IMG_5422 IMG_5423
We took a little hike along the mountain – i’ll be honest, I lost my feet a few times in deep snow (it is very deceiving!) but it was absolutely beautiful. We also got some amazing shots of the landscapes, and of the trees – I was covered in snow by the end of it! IMG_5425 IMG_5448 IMG_5456 IMG_5460
Tonight we started prepping for thanksgiving, which meant packing up our ski gear and Hannah’s dad making pumpkin pie (it smelt soo good) as we are heading up to Taos tomorrow to the cabin for thanksgiving! IMG_5472 IMG_5474 IMG_5511 Yey! We also meanaged to find time to see Frozen – this is my movie recommendation for the week. It was so good! Happy Thanksgiving everyone! images

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One Response to Heading up the Mountain

  1. bfam says:

    this looks great David really jealous you up to a ski trip with him ? !!!!!!!!

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