Had family in from out of State and took them hiking at Bandelier National Monument. I take it for granted I have so many amazing things to see so close to my home Bandelier National Monument is just an hours drive from my house and it’s a very amazing place. It was in the low 90’s during the hike and everyone in the group ran out of water pretty fast on the trail. I knew better lucky I had brought several liters and was able to fill water bottles during the hike for everyone. We did about 2 miles, but with 90 degree heat, zero humidity, and constant canyon winds you can go through a lot of water in a short period of time. Always prepared I say. Below are just some of the things you can see at Bandelier National Monument, old ruins, petroglyphs and can even climb into some of the restored cliff dwellings. If you’re ever in New Mexico it’s something to see.
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I can’t believe I actually got to go fishing, after trying all summer the cards fell in place and my son and I loaded up the truck and headed out to El Vado State park. A pretty good day of fishing too, 1 large mouth bass and 14 brown trout, got them all with spinner lures right under the dam. Here’s a picture of our spot.
Wow, what another turn around for dthomasdigital. In the many years we’ve been blogging dthomasdigital has been many things from a simple information blog, to a blog all about LINUX, and recently a blog promoting video game development. So yet again dthomasdigital evolves into a new and exciting topic, a blog for hiking, camping, and all kinds of associated gear. We’ll be reviewing trails and camp sites, learn techniques on food storage, bush-craft, wilderness and urban first-aid. We hope to bring to you information on the latest gear and so much more. So check back often, send us ideas, become a guest blogger, tell us what items you’d like to see reviewed. This is after all no fun without you.