On our last night in Colorado, we swung through a small town called Durango and ate at a small restaurant called Tacos Nayarit. The place was packed and we had to wait for a seat. We took that as a great sign. The margaritas were strong, and the homemade salsa was fantastic. Probably why there was a wait.
They served horchata which is my daughter's all time favorite drink. It is basically rice pudding with a straw. They didn't have much in the meatless category, so I went with cheese enchiladas. They were divine. The Hubby went with a taco combination plate some were cactus, some were beef tongue. The cactus was fantastic and he claims the beef tongue was even better but I wouldn't know.
Then we moved on.
|A Sinclair station with a dinosaur!|
|Black Eyed Susans along the highway.|
|Colorado Day Lilies|
|Someone can't wait to get home!|
|Wood Carving at the Colorado Visitor Center|
|Taken by the only tent campers in an R.V. park.|
|For the 12 year old in me.|
We finally rolled in around 11pm, having taken the longest road trip of my life. Even with all the hiking, I think the fast food and sitting won out, as all my pants were too tight when I got home. While I am terribly happy to shower and sleep in my own bed, I'm not really ready to start the diet and exercise plan.