Cedar Crest Country Cottage and Stables
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... 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.
Interesting that the one gate with a HUGE line Is to Vegas..... Flight 1 of 3 accomplished without a crying baby! The subculture at airports is fascinating! Why would you wear 8 inch heels on a plane....oh wait, I know the answer...lol....going to Vegas. Why does a bottle of water cost three times as much ...
Sadie's for lunch. The burrito was so big we split it; delicious.
Greenside Cafe in Cedar Crest is first stop for their chocolate almond butter mousse pie--yummy!
Tinkertown Museum. The house made from bottles and the hand-carved animated miniature western town and three-ring circus were ...
... I was ill-prepared for hiking just because I completely forgot we could take one. We still managed to hike about 3 miles roundtrip out to this hut that the Civilian Conservation Corps had built and been housed in during their job. They carved out the trails, built the ski resort and more. I made the trek in flip flops feeling like an idiot, but it really wasn't too bad.
From Sandia, we attempted to explore some of the pueblos in the area. We first tried ...
... caches in Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico. Could have gone a shorter route, but Gord really wanted to pick up "souvenirs" from each state for geo-caching. Stayed last night in Dalhart, Texas. Left this morning and OMG…..saw the two most biggest cattle feed lots we have ever seen in our life. As far as the eye could see along the highway…..and the ...