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... made from (apparently) the original cross used in Jesus's crucifixion. Very spangly carved church doors. Native Indians selling crafts in the square and street food vendors. We tried a Carnita, a Fajita and some roasted corn. All exceedingly tasty! On route out of Santa Fe we passed the worlds largest bronze equestrian. Landscape is getting more green and less desert. Slight oooops moment in a small garage restroom....the door seemed open but stiff so pulled ...
September 30th – day 149
Drove to Amarillo Texas today where we
visited the Jack Seismore RV Museum. This was listed in the top ten
things to do and being that we are Rving, we thought it would be
interesting. They said to take 30-45 minutes and that sounds about
right but it was really fun. A collection of old Rvs including the RV
used by the Gornikes in ...
... The rain has cleared and the sun peaks through every now and then. Our breath is taken away by the silence the beauty and the lack of population. We come back up and find prairie dogs playing and eating in the field by our motorhome. More picture opportunities! I’m going to go crazy with photos here.
Unfortunately our campsite is a little soggy so I don’t think we are going to be able to have a camp fire tonight. The skies are clearing off and on, so we may be able ...
... 4G, just E (Edge), so I guess we’re on the “edge” of cell service, and Lord, is it slow.
We left on Thursday morning for Caprock Canyon State Park, which is not really near anything, but I guess you could start looking on your map around Amarillo. However, from the park, it’s a 1 ½ hour drive. We know that because we did it! This time, it was to see another friend. Actually, she’s the 20 yr old daughter of a ...
... ended with smors which were amazing:):) After dinner we headed to beale street to get the party started:) never seen such an amazing music atmosphere. The bars were open air but had different rooms and dance floors within them(so hard to explain but it was basically like an outdoor house) one room had live piano player and others had blues bands and others had juke boxes... Absolutely ...