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... sister lakes connected underground by a vast system of water. This wonder defines Santa Rosa even as it seems to defy the surrounding red mesas. Born of a geological phenomenon called the Santa Rosa sink, the place is magic—as water always is in a land of little rain. Nomadic tribes, cowboys driving their dogies cross the Pecos, and Americans going west on the Mother Road, Route 66, all sought respite here. ...
... test but the real challenge for all was the speed of the greens. So incredibly fast that not even a hot dog at the turn could help us master them. we returned to home base to debrief and discuss strategies for tomorrow's game.
Saturday found us at the Sandia Resort. Located about half the distance to the Santa Ana course and comes complete with a casino. Turns out the only gambling we did was with the ...
... so we thought sod it! Why not, we're here for 2 nights!!!!
We opened the door and discovered a JACUZZI in our room. Not in the bathroom, oh no, in the main room!!! We cracked that bad boy on right away and gave Diane and Clive (the plastic ducks) a swim!!!
After getting settled we went to explore Albuquerque Old Town Plaza. It's a load of little shops, art galleries and eateries dotted around a main square. The majority of which are ...
... discussed how trees are petrified. We also drove to several "look out" points and saw the Painted Desert. This beautiful site showed the result of the effect of ancient minerals. Again, we've taken many pictures but we wonder if they can even begin to do justice to the sites we've seen. We arrived at our hotel and headed for the pool! 95 degrees here-back into the heat!
... Lupton is a string of really tacky Trinket Stores run by Native Americans. The stores sold everything from rubber tomahawks, authentic Native American crafts, crossbows, switch blades and ninja swords. ( I will take 2 of each please and some official Route 66 beef Jerky).
Our next destination was Gallop NM. We stopped by a few local places and then it was on to the Jewel of Gallop, the EL Rancho Hotel! ...