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Travel Blogs from Placitas
... e.g., the famous bee trio, the Wells Fargo Coach, the cow and the stork) never did launch.
Darth Vader, a huge balloon, was in one of the last waves and it looked like he had trouble ascending. He hovered closely above us for a long time and for a while it looked like he might drop down on top of us. He didn’t make it very far. He landed in a small patch of land beside the parking lot.
... strips of Prime Rib, mushrooms and pearl onions in a delectable sour cream sauce. Served on a bed of Rooster Comb noodles.Greg had Potato Crusted Cod ~ A potato, chive and cheese crusted cod baked to perfection topped with a chipotle aioli. Served with Spanish rice, pico de gallo and vegetables. And the girls had Chicken Cordon Bleu ~ Our patrons' favorite entree! A boneless breast of chicken filled with ham and creamy Swiss ...
... its own dialect. Similar to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages this language faces endangerment.
There are another similarities between our history and the Pueblo, these include
Introduction of Indian Child Welfare Act 1978 during the period of self determination. This act curtailed the widespread and in may cases forced removal of children
Indian Education Act 1972 during the termination and relocation period. ...
... with large lava boulders. I was able to climb down the boulders into
the depression and partway into a small cave opening; it was a strange feeling
standing there on the lava that changed the landscape. There are many opportunities within the park
for hiking and viewing the lava flows and sandstone bluffs, but we were able to
only see a small portion of the park. Continuing along highway 53 we passed through
a large lava flow, where the lava was ...
... thinks it was a rattler, but I didn’t see much except a brown stick looking object. The ranger was obviously trying to get the snake out of the road and into safer areas. Safer for whom? We stop for gas to fill up the car and head back to the camper. We’re ready to pull out tomorrow and head for Mesa Verde. Three days of dry camping, but also three days of hiking! Yippee!!! ...