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... and ends at the Long House Cliff Dwellings and it is all downhill – take the shuttle back. The Alcove trail goes to a dwelling inside a cave that one can access by climbing three long ladders. The campground always has a nice breeze during the day and at night. We were there for a weekend and it was not full on any night. There is a new Visitor Center on route 4 in White Rocks that opened in the fall and it has 16 slots with hookups for ...
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"WildEarth Guardians works to protect and restore wildlife, wild places and wild rivers in the American West. "
"The first and mostvital step in our river restoration work begins by permanently removing
livestock from the stream. We then remove non-native invasive trees from ...
... An interesting mix. Not, I bet, what most people would expect--especially in New Mexico.
Fifteen applicants took the oath of citizenship, given by a woman who is the head of the Albequerque Immigration Office. She said that she has done hundreds of these, but that she never gets tired of them, and I believe her. She was very enthusiastic--must make the applicants feel truly welcome. She took them through the oath of ...
... of the day and since the weather was fine we managed to get almost it all dry. Both Reid and Kristy were back at work on Tuesday and Ryde was back to school. Cord and Peak have their own nanny who comes to the house each day and so we made the acquaintance of the lovely Miss Martha.
We'd had some discussion with Reid and Kristy as to what would be good gifts to bring the boys. One of their suggestions was to get the Kinect sensor for ...
... Reid, Kristy and the boys. The boys were a bit shy initially but it didn’t take long for them to come out of their shells! They had their car – which is a masterpiece of art – see pics below and their trailer all loaded up ready to go camping waiting in the carpark. But first we needed lunch – we had managed a stale cinnamon bun at New Orleans airport and that was it so we were starving – and the Rugpors needed lunch too. ...
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