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Turquoise Trail Audo CD Road Trip

Turquoise Trail Audo CD Road Trip

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Published by Galloping Galleries .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatAudio CD
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Open LibraryOL11809430M
ISBN 100975993003
ISBN 109780975993002

The Turquoise Trail The most prominent side trip south of the city is along the fabled Turquoise Trail, an excellent—and leisurely—alternative route from Santa Fe to Albuquerque that's far. There’s hardly a bad stretch of road in the state of New Mexico, but these recommended scenic drives through the Land of Enchantment are outstanding. The Turquoise Trail Between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The historic Turquoise Trail, a National Scenic Byway between Albuquerque and Santa Fe, is synonymous with Native American spirituality, Spanish explorers, adventurous mining, and brave pioneers. The blue-green turquoise, nationally recognized as a precious stone, was first mined by the early Pueblo people as early as A.D/56 TripAdvisor reviews. The Turquoise Trail is a spectacular scenic route from Albuquerque to Santa Fe. Named for the rich turquoise deposits found in the area, this drive truly captures the essence of our mission — to get off the highway and explore breathtaking views of dessert, canyons, .

  This three-hour drive from Albuquerque to Taos via Santa Fe is known as the Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway. Cruise down State Road . Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway, The Perfect Day Trip, The Turquoise Trail. 1, likes 6 talking about this. The Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway encompas square miles in .


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Turquoise Trail Audo CD Road Trip [Unknown] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Turquoise Trail Audo CD Road Trip book You can listen to the CD as you travel along Route 14 between Albuquerque and Santa Fe and learn about the history and sights on this road trip.

New Mexico’s Turquoise Trail is an alternate way to get from Albuquerque to Santa Fe, and if you’re not in a particular hurry it’s a delightfully scenic drive.

Similarly, between Santa Fe and Taos you have two route choices, and we highly recommend the High Road to Taos, an even more spectacular drive through rugged, starkly beautiful high desert country. Only by accident I came accross this CD.

My eyes got focussed on the name of the album "Turquoise Trail Soundtrack for a Western". Great name. Listened to the album and immediately decided to buy it.

The majority of the songs is instrumental. Brilliantly played. Justin creates a very nice sound which grabs you instantly. One of my favourite albums/5(26). Take the Long Road to Santa Fe This is not a bad drive to Santa Fe - such a historical trail and the views are very beautiful.

Along the way you will also run across interesting towns like Madrid (a ghost town that is very much alive), an Origami sculpture garden and much more.4/5().

Road Trip Turquoise Trail New Mexico, USA 65 Miles Day Trip. Janu Road Trip Turquoise Trail from Santa Fe to Albuquerque. Colorful wind chime jingle gently in the breeze. The sky stretches across the horizon like a huge blue canvas. Rough rocks drag jagged shadows into the chipped asphalt.

Nestled in the hills and valleys of central New Mexico is one of the state’s most interesting and scenic drives – the Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway. This often forgotten road is filled with history, scenic views, ghost towns, a National Forest, a ski resort, art galleries, shops, museums, and more.

Linking New Mexico’s two most major cities – Santa Fe and Albuquerque, the   New Mexico State R better known as the Turquoise Trail, may only be about 50 miles long, but it’s got enough history, art, shops and sights to make it the perfect day trip.

Karl Lehmann / Getty Images. Madrid, New Mexico, is a main stop on the Turquoise Trail. Madrid was once a coal mining town and the streets are lined with small miner's homes, which have been converted into shops and galleries.

Disney's "Wild Hogs" was filmed here. Have lunch at the Mine Shaft Tavern, built in It is a bar, but the room is usually filled with families at lunchtime having. Named for the rich turquoise deposits found throughout the area, this byway carves through wild rock outcroppings, piñon and juniper-dotted hills, and a couple of delightfully quirky towns.

Embark on the byway from the north, just outside of Santa Fe, or from the south, just east of. Audio CD (Aug ) Number of Discs: 2; Label: CD Baby; Turquoise Trail: Soundtrack For A Western Justin Johnson. out of 5 stars Audio CD.

$ Drivin' It Down Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio Performances: Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide/5(32). 21 reviews of Turquoise Trail Campground & Rv Park "We stayed two nights and really liked it.

It's away from the hustle and bustle of Albuquerque. We had our 20 foot trailer there, and my son and father-in-law stayed in one of the cabins.

If you 28 Yelp reviews. Driving the Turquoise Trail in New Mexico. For many years as we were planning our next road trip, we always wondered "Where is the Turquoise Trail" that we keep hearing about!. On our next trip to Santa Fe we discovered the Turquoise Trail, and drove it from Santa Fe southward to Tijeras, and headed westbound through Albuquerque to drive on Historic U.S.

Route 66 to Gallup and into Arizona. Audio CD Genre Rock Label CD Baby Tracks Disc 1: Turquoise Trail; Black Heart Of Gold; Pistolero; Vision; Sunrise Prayer; Ojo Caliente; After The Melt; Wind; El Paso; Lights Out (Last Call) Vaya Con Dios.

Disc 2: Call Of The Road; Showdown At High Noon; Arroyo; 5 Horse Getaway; St. James Hospital; Vision No. 2; Malagueña; Iron And Arsenic. Only by accident I came accross this CD. My eyes got focussed on the name of the album "Turquoise Trail Soundtrack for a Western".

Great name. Listened to the album and immediately decided to buy it. The majority of the songs is instrumental. Brilliantly played. Justin creates a very nice sound which grabs you instantly. One of my favourite albums. DIRECTIONS: To find Hwy 14 or the Turquoise Trail from Interstate 25 take exit A or exit A off the you are in Santa Fe, you can take Cerrillos Road south.

The road passes under the Interstate where you connect with Hwy As you travel down you will exit off 14 and travel west about one-fourth mile to find Cerrillos. Travel to State R better known as the Turquoise Trail, New Mexico and enjoy the history, art, shops and sights to make it the perfect cycling day trip.

Travel to State R better known as the Turquoise Trail, New Mexico and enjoy the history, art, shops and sights to make it the perfect cycling day trip. Justin Johnson is my new favorite a artist.

His talent with the guitar, in whichever form he is currently utilizing, is unsurpassed, imho. The title cut is one of the absolute best examples of his amazing ability to bring a universally appealing, hard driving, thoroughly rock 'n' roll genre to life/5(34).

Tree Spring Trail is one of the more popular hiking trails in the Sandia Mountains. Access to the Tree Spring Trail head is at the Sulphur Spring Picnic Ground approximately two miles west of NM Highway Junction: Turquoise Trail/Salt Missions Trail (mile 83) At I the Turquoise Trail ends and the Salt Missions Trail begins.

It's a short drive. New Mexico Trip Itinerary: A Week in the Wild West By Zora O'Neill, author of Moon New Mexico Have a late lunch in Raton at Boomers BBQ, or farther down the road at the ultimate Western Drive south back to Albuquerque via the low road and, if you have the time, the Turquoise Trail—you can have lunch at San Marcos Café, then stop in.

Archeologists uneart pieces of turquoise in a single burial at Chaco Canyon. Mayan ruins as far away as Honduras contained jewelry with stones mined from the Cerrillos Hills along the New Mexico Turquoise Trail.

The following is a suggested itinerary for those interested in a day trip to small New Mexico towns and artist communities. New Mexico State Road 14 (NM 14) is an approximately mile-long (87 km) state road located in northern New Mexico.

The highway connects Albuquerque to Santa Fe and comprises most of the Turquoise Trail, a National Scenic Byway which also includes NM (Sandia Crest Scenic Byway). Route description.

NM 14 begins at the intersection with NM.Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Justin Johnson - Turquoise Trail: Soundtrack For A Western at Discogs. Complete your Justin Johnson collection.A full day of western adventure lies just a few miles south of Santa Fe on the Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway.

Also known as New Mexico High the Turquoise Trail will carry you through scenic landscapes ranging from wide-open prairies to rugged mountain tops, and through ten thousand years of human history from an early “cave man” site to a modern movie set.