Day Tripping with Rosy (Finale) - Jemez River Views

Howdy effuryone! 
Welcome to Nature Friday, where we get to meet new friends and maybe share a picture or two of what nature looks like around Blogville.  This week I am going to recap the
final part of my Day Trip and some of the beautiful scenery
I experienced on a nice walk along the Jemez River.

If you need to catch up, you can read about Soda Dam and Valles Caldera HERE, and lunch in Los Alamos HERE
After a big lunch, the pawrents thought a walk would be in order. When they saw this picnic ground, they parked JeeJee and off we went!

We passed big cottonwood trees with leaves just starting to spread

I couldn't believe all there is to see along the river.

There are big mountains, towering above on every side. Some, like the ones above, look almost molded!

Red rock can be seen everywhere

The mountains go on and on and running right along side of them....

is the Jemez River.

It rushed by us, and although it was full, it wasn't as high as it had been when Mama drove past here last year. 

Last year it was so high,it flooded most of the picnic areas.
Above you can see one of the places the water goes when it is too full,

After looking at the river, we turned around and headed back to JeeJee

After another look at the Red Rocks of course....

As you might have guessed, Mama made a short video...

You can also watch it HERE, on our YouTube Channel

Thanks so much for tagging along with me on our little day trip,. I have a feeling there will be a few more of these in addition to our CeCe trips this year!!

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  1. Hi Rosy,
    Thanks for taking us along with you to the lovely Jemez River. We love seeing the mountains, the rocks, the trees, and most especially the fur on your ears fluttering in the breeze.

  2. Hari Om
    What an amazing mix of scenery and a great place to walk! Hugs and wags YAM-aunty xxx

  3. The scenery is just beautiful and so is that incredible blue sky!

  4. Such a contract to the greenery and mud around our parts. We love your red rocks.

  5. OMDs niece Rosy... I don't think I have ever seen sky as blue as the ones around Jemez River.
    What a wonderful post full of eye candy. You are still the star of the blog
    Hugs aunty C

  6. What a cool walk along the river. We continue to be in awe of the Land of Paradise for all its beauty.

  7. Lulu: "Ooh, I bet it smelled fascinating there!"
    Java Bean: "I would love to play in that river!"

  8. It looks like a great place. Mom won't walk in areas like that because she's terrified she'll see snakes or lizards.

  9. What an awesome blue sky!!! You are right about those mountains, they almost look like they were carved by hand. Thanks for the interesting walk along.

    Woos - Misty and Timber

  10. What a beautiful place to visit, Rosy. Thanks for taking us along.

  11. That was such a fun out n' about sweet Rosy and such pretty and interesting scenery!

  12. You live near the best places. Lee and Phod

  13. Rosy ~ you are an adorable 'traveler' ~ great photos of a area I enjoyed a few years back ~ thanks and hugs,

    Wishing you good health, laughter and love in yours days,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  14. That's a lovely place to walk!

  15. Oh, I love this! The Baltimore Oriole is the Maryland State Bird where I live, but I've never seen one. I may have to start linking up with this blog hop. I have tons of nature pics that I'd love to share! :)


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