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... the Kaibab National Forest Campground and make camp for the night. We lug a few logs to our site for an evening campfire. Of course we spend a few hours chatting with Skip, a PA transplant who is off on an adventure on his BMW touring bike. Mark meets Skip for breakfast while Sara catches a few more Zs. Not sure what time it is. So many time zones in this little area of the country. We are 44 miles from the North Rim of the Grand ...
... guys sit in the shade on their mobiles in a pueblo that has no electricity or running water ! Most people live in valley below where there are schools, hospital , fire n ambulance, gas stations etc.. The Mesa modern villages are financed by selling land for casinos and hotels to be built .The Pueblo leaders have even sold land for a golf course which uses up so much of the already scarce water ...
... a flat top). As this area is still very sacred and actively inhabited, visitors must have permission and be escorted to this wonderful place. The scenery and geography alone is breathtaking. We took a tour up into the pueblo and stepped back in time to adobe homes with no electricity or water, cultural riches and a time before Spanish invasion. These people were and are brave, hardy and proud! They never succumbed to white man's ...
The sunrise woke us up at about 6:30am the next morning, so we decided it was best to get up and get going. We headed back to the McDonald’s for breakfast and to discuss our plans for the day. We had seen signs for El Malpias National Monument and thought that we should see this park and stay in the Bluewater Lake State Park that night. We weren’t sure exactly how far El Malpias was, and as we were talking two park rangers walked into ...
... had there buffet, we met some friends there that work with us....that was fun......believe it or not I did not drop one penny in the slots ( I must be getting wiser). anyway I am going to post some pics.....traveling through N.M. is like walking through an art gallery..... Will post again when I get to Texas, until then CYA down the ...
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking