Even Aaron's gastrointestinal explosions in the car couldn't deter me (we drove mostly with the windows down).
The South Boundary trail runs parallel to the dividing line between the former Taos and Rio Grande Del Rancho land grants.
Blazed by ranchers in the late 1800's as a route to drive sheep from Taos to high country grazing areas it is still 80% singletrack. The starting elevation is approximately 9000 feet and climbs to 10,000.
It was a lot of fun to see all the different things they had to sell and a great time to buy some souvenirs for ourselves, families and friends.They had everything from embroidered postcards, scarves, and jewelery to small furniture, pottery, and photo books.If you enjoy long, semi technical mountain bike rides, you owe it to yourself to check out the South Boundary trail outside Taos, New Mexico.Aaron Lindsey and myself made the 12 hour drive from Fort Worth to make the ride.
We woke up this morning around , still a little tired and jetlagged, but excited to go out into the city of Addis and look at our new surroundings.
We started out by visiting the Bazaar, held by a group of churches that support disabled people in the city who make various crafts.