Saturday, June 15, 2013

Honeymoon: Day 3

On the third day of our Santa Fe honeymoon, we decided to hit up some hiking trails at a nearby state park.  We headed out for some traditional New Mexican breakfast around...well, we ate breakfast around lunch time (its okay to be lazy on your honeymoon).  The restaurant was called Tecolote Cafe, and I got the Huevos Rancheros.  It was really yummy, came with a huge basket of different types of breads, and had hashbrowns on the side.  Wouldn't have changed that order for the world.  And we've only been back in Oklahoma for two weeks, but I'm already pining for blue corn tortillas and green chili.

Back to our day on day 3 in pictures!

The beginning of our hike!

My sister-in-law gave me a handy dandy camel pack as my bachelorette party gift for the honeymoon!  It was super nice, because I'm out of shape!

One of the horny toads (or as Tyler says "horned lizard"...which is not nearly as cool sounding) that we saw!  So cute!

Tyler chasing the horny toad.


A mountainesque view!

Another horny toad!

Look how fat it is!

Tyler climbing the "water falls" that didn't have any water.
Me deciding that I had gone high enough and didn't want to deal with climbing down the steep rocks. 

Tyler climbed all the way to the other side of the "water falls."

Oh look, there's the water for the "water fall!" 

And there you have it, a "water fall."
After a full day of hiking, we took showers and headed in to town for  our last Santa Fe dinner!

We walked so we wouldn't have to pay for parking and saw some cool buildings!

Day of the Dead Walking Sign?

Dinner was at the Marble Brewery and Tap Room and Rooftop Pizzeria (the two businesses seemed to join forces) on the historic plaza.  They had excellent drinks, and we ate the Smoked Duck Pizza that came with Green Pepper Corns, Spinach, Basil, Roast Garlic Spread, and Four Cheeses on Artisan Crust!

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