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... our faces and then enjoy some lovely beers. Muchos Gracias Amigos! The amount of food pretty much KO'd us both and it was a sleep or walk moment - so we walked. We hit the Nob Hill area and found a fantastic bar called Kelly's - the bar was so good that even a life size bat mobile stopped by (we just weren't quick enough with the camera). In there we tried a couple of the local craft beers before continuing our walk and a long drive home! Few lime-a-Rita's before ...
... Dinner included lobster, prime rib, side dishes, salads and desserts. And this time we took advantage of the open bar. And it was easy to visit with many of the guests from all over the world because we had our balloon experiences to share...and laughter was the common language.
And together we waited for the final activity of the day, the Evening Glow.
At dusk, the 500 ...
... As we drove through the park, we came to an area called the Tepees, mounds/hills that are banded in different colours due to the layers of minerals contained in the rock. Another amazing sight and one that was quite surreal. KaMate wanted to stop and have his picture so we obliged. Then, at the Northern end of the park was a region called the Painted Desert. Again a huge array and diversity of colours that are quite unlike anything that any of us had seen before, in pictures or in ...
... hundred thousand animals….YCK, YCK!!! GROSS!!! Get the picture….Even with the air conditioner on it managed to come inside the MH. Did wonders for Gord’s asthma!!
This park is near Albuquerque, New Mexico, up in the hills. First hills we have seen for a long time after travelling through the prairies. Not mountains, but a change in scenery. ...
... stories were passed down through the generations so that the knowledge would not be lost especially as it was not written down. Anyhow we actively encouraged Phyllis to tell us a story and the one she told was of The tale of Mussa and Nagb. She told the story brilliantly with passion and gusto. The story was great and quite ironic considering what I have gone through recently with two of my supposed good friends. The moral of te story is to remember the good ...