Inn at Halona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Travel Blogs from Zuni
The rendezvous with Mike's sister, Ilana, and brother-in-law Jim in Albuquerque went without a hitch. They flew from Detroit via Minneapolis and we drove the 3 hours north from Las Cruces. The only question was whether the rental car could accommodate all our luggage. Happily, it could and we set off for the one hour drive north to Santa Fe, the …
Hey - SO I know we haven't written in a while. Stuff has happened and we'll catch up on it later. But for now I wanted to write down our Zuni, NM experience.
We realized today that our life basically boils down to going to places that are written on a paper in our "Book of Life." (aka our schedule). We call in to the office in CA twice a week where it is confirmed that "Yes - you have read the paper correctly - continue on to where ...
... and neck stood up, and I had to remind myself that I was perfectly safe. What an incredibly eerie sight to see these two wolves appear out of nowhere, almost slithering down the mountainside towards us.
My second visit to the Sanctuary was with Mom right before I moved to Barrow. I wanted to do the interactive tour with the wolves, and I knew mom would too. It was great...we fed and played with the red fox, who was cunning as well as greedy. :) Then we ...
Day 6, Sunday January 10, 2010
Last night I heavily medicated with Neo-Citran and codein-strength Aspirin. I have the start of a cold…sigh. I was unconscious at 9:30pm – not sooo asleep, though, to hear John calling Carole, whispering, to get 3 updates on the Canucks-Flames overtime score.
Still in Gallup, we drove a few blocks to Earl's Restaurant for breakfast. Today, we’d follow ...
... hear the booming voice of Danielle. Poor girl, as much as she is a nice person she is someone who has a voice that resonates six miles away - forget the howls of the wolfs which usually travel that distance. She reminds me of Rigsby from Rising Damp in the way she puts both hands on her hips and all that's lacking is her saying Miss Jones. One day if she ever says it I think I will literally **** my pants. I'm sure that when I return to London ...