My brother and I left in the early morning to meet our guide, Brian and fly fish in the drift boat on the San Juan River.
Our guide said it was Disneyland for Fly Fishermen. It turned out to be true. We headed to the Texas Hole to catch some fish. “Be Ready” our guide Brian told me. Look at the beautiful rainbow trout I caught. It’s all Catch and Release in this area. The Rainbow was so beautiful. I told it to swim away and have a good life.
My picture was posted on:
fisheadsofthesanjuan.com on Facebook,
catching my first fish.
A beautiful spot even a flock of wild turkeys liked it here.
Early morning and we go fishing again.
It was time to head home. New Mexico has wonderful scenery. I enjoyed the ride to Arizona. Petrified wood was at our campground in Holbrook, Arizona. Dinner at La Posada. We enjoyed looking at the art of owner Tina Minon. She happened to stop to talk to us as we sat in the lobby. Trains and a maze were also interesting at the hotel.
We drove through Arizona on Highway 87 to 260 to 17 and finally Route 10.
I made up a country western song as I rode along.
I’m a happy, happy girl,
Ain’t no whiskey dreaming blues for me,
leaving Winslow, Arizona,
Yah, la, la la, la
It passes the time on the road as I sing above the county western songs on my radio.
Camping west of Phoenix.
Each day I do a painting from Arizona or New Mexico.