Kashe-Katuwe Tent Rocks

This is a post from New Mexico that somehow got left out.

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Our campground is not far from the Kashe-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument so we went over there yesterday afternoon. It was a lot more interesting than I expected! The weird rock formations are the result of explosive volcanic eruptions 6-7 million years ago. We hiked a little bit up on trail and then drove 3.5 miles of bad road to get to a nice overlook.

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I just loved the curliques on this agave (?) plant. It had blooms in three different stages on the same plant!

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2 Responses to Kashe-Katuwe Tent Rocks

  1. Michael says:

    Girl, love the pics. Your take on this world is interesting. I hope hope you keep it up. Thank you

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