July 19 - August 9, 1995: A Trip to North Carolina and Florida
May 20-21, 1995: A Weekend in the Wichita Mountains
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June 30 - July 5, 1995
Summer Trip to New Mexico and Colorado



Fred and I have been planning our summer trip for some time, and planned to leave Dallas on Friday evening, the 30th of June, stay overnight in Amarillo, and then, in the next four days, camp in Chaco Canyon northwest of Albuquerque, ride the Durango-Silverton train and do some hiking in the Santa Fe National Forest back near Albuquerque and catch the July 4th fireworks demonstration in the city of Albuquerque. Everything came off pretty much as we expected, except for one night of camping and the fireworks.


Using the Master Index

We took quite a few pictures while on our trip out West, and I thought that putting them all on a single page would result in a page that would be way too large- and possibly take a long time to load. So I have organized the album pages for this trip so that there is a separate page for each day of the trip. Using the index below, you can jump directly to a specific day if you wish.

When you are done looking at the pictures for this trip, you'll need to use one of the links at the top or bottom of any page to return to this Master Index. There, you will find a link taking you back to the very top of this page where the links to the next album page for 1995 (or the previous page or index, of course) can be found.

We hope you enjoy looking at the pictures. To access the master index, please click HERE.

























(To return to the top of this index page, please click HERE.)
Saturday, July 1
        Getting to Chaco Canyon
        Chetro Ketl
        Pueblo Bonito

Sunday, July 2
        Pueblo del Arroyo
        Hiking the Mesa Above Chaco
        Getting to Durango

Monday, July 3
        Riding the Durango-Silverton Train
        Getting to Bloomfield, NM

Tuesday, July 4
        Echo Amphitheatre
        Los Alamos and Valle Grande
        Hiking the Jemez River
        Hiking to McCauley Warm Springs