A very good morning from winter yet sunny Brisbane 🙃
This picture was taken at Brooklyn Bridge Park, where you can have a good view of both Manhattan Bridge and Brooklyn Bridge. I think the view should be better in the night with all of the NYC night lights, but our schedule was too full with our 'food-itinerary' so we didn't go there in the night hahaha 🤣
Days 7-8: Santa Fe & Navajo Nation, New Mexico
Exhausted, sweaty, and hot, we headed to Santa Fe to collect ourselves. Our first day landed us at 10,000 Waves - a desert oasis in the hills above the city #treatyoself . After a night in Hyde Park State Forest and a morning at the New Mexico History Museum, we headed west to Gallup, NM and the welcome of Carl, who serves the Navajo Nation and provided insight into the history and culture of this American tribe. Per Carl's suggestions, we stopped by the jaw dropping Window Rock (and the administrative capital of the Nation) on our trip north along the spectacular Chuska and Lukachukai Ranges. The road passed beneath behemoth red rock outcroppings as we ascended to Buffalo Pass, which afforded views of the entire Red Valley and distant Shiprock. After a stop at Shiprock for a closer look, we shot northwest to Durango, CO.
For most people, Sunday is a day for relaxation. Clear the mind and prepare for another week of goal setting. It doesn't necessarily have to be a back bending yoga pose, but practice any means that will get you back into focus from all the distractions.