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Last Day on the Road with Ford Transit Connect Wagon

Amazing starry night at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya in New Mexico.

They grow their own herbs here! 

Alex & Ani Bracelet 

We shared a moment.

My blue eyed twin! I had never seen this!

Forever 21 Panama Hat // Urban Outfitters top & skirt 

Fortress of Inca booties

His name is 'Dude'

Amazing time with the CWW Tamaya Horse Rehab!

Somebody loves our Ford Transit Connect Wagon as much as us!

Ending with a stone massage in the Spa at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya

Our last day with the crew and Ford's Transit Connect Wagon was a true New Mexico experience to say the least.  Waking up at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort in Santa Ana Pueblo to mountain views, sunshine and clean air was spectacular.
Our morning began with breakfast with the resort's Marketing & PR Manager, followed by a tour of the 500 acre property. The resorts mission to provided guests with experiences over general hospitality was proved tried and true once we hit the horse stables, operated by Connie Collis, located just one mile from the main resort.
 We quickly learned that the horses were all rescues and managed by the most amazing and attentive staff. I had the pleasure of taking a ride on 'Dude', one of the more gentle horses. He and I bonded immediately. After the stables, we took a scenic bike ride on tandem bikes and ended with a relaxing stop off at the resort's spa for a stone massage prior to hitting the pool for their custom cocktails and cabanas. Equip with a three story water slide in addition to an adults only pool, the Hyatt Regency Tamaya genuinely was an experience to be had again.

Make a donation to Tamaya Horse Rehab - Here!

**Photos by Paul Joyner