The Taos Blizzard is a member of the Pecos Independent League. They play at the Taos High School baseball field. The altitude of the park is6,969 feet. The field is on the grounds of Taos High School. Around 6 pm a very large rain storm moved through the area and flooded the field. When I arrived at 6:50 the rain had stopped and there was no one at the field except for three other men who were touring the Pecos League and another man and his wife When no one appeared we decided that the game had been called. We walked out on the field and it was in bad shape and the pooled water was not draining. Jim took some pictures and returned to his hotel. The field has some of the best views seen at any of the ballparks. Nice house in the foothills above Taos.
Kit Carson Home and Museum is where Kit Carson and his wife Josefa and their children lived. Exhibits reflect the life of the home's occupants during the mid-1800s. Information about Kit Carson as a mountain man, guide, army officer, and Mason is presented.
Rio Grande Gorge Bridge
10 mi. w. of Taos was built in 1965. This continuous steel deck truss bridge is 1,272 feet long and spans the gorge some 650 feet above the Rio Grande. You can walk out on the bridge, but if you suffer from acrophobia it is probably not a good idea. Look at the pictures another member of your party takes.