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... and still, absolutely ideal conditions for a float in the air.
So, without further ado, get a drink, take 7 minutes, click the link below and see what we saw.
Our Balloon Fiesta
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... to the side of the high walled canyon (with sheer drops to the other side) we finally arrived at Roosevelt Dam. Dams are always fascinating to me. We stopped at an overlook to take in the view and of course take a bunch of pictures.
This brought us to the end of this section of the Apache Loop. To continue on would mean going back towards Phoenix. So, we got back on the highway and continued our long drive home. We ate lunch/dinner ...
... immediately, but neither one of us can remember where we saw him before. The schtick has not changed, though. Dancing with the base coaches and leading a bad rendition of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" making headlines.
The Isotopes were playing the Round Rock Express, the AAA affiliate of the Texas Rangers. The latter team is in last place, and I have to say they looked pretty hapless. The ...
We woke up around 7am feeling rather cold as it was freezing last night, so we got up and headed off out of town stopping at the nearest rest area to have some breakfast. After breakfast, we got back on the road and a few hours later we reached Albuquerque and looked for a visitor information centre. We saw a sign for visitor info but had trouble finding the right exit off the interstate and had to double ...
... 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 ...