La Hacienda Grande
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... forecast told us to expect 20+ mph winds. I was sure we were going to catch a good gust and fly away. I even went on-line to see how the wind generally affects stationary 5th wheels. I learned that it is unlikely we would leave the ground--although I will say I wasn't totally convinced. And forget having a good hair day--I finally just gave up.
... much fun) and spent time catching up with my grandparents and Aunt Linda (much more fun). In the afternoon, all the girls took a trip to one of the only authentic English tea houses in the United States. How it ended up in New Mexico I can only imagine but it is an experience like no other. Each month they have a theme, and this month was "Storybook". Everyone there was dressed up as a character from a storybook, we saw Belle, Thing 1 and 2, The ...
... even the Tetilla Peak Campground across the lake. It is a nice campground and I know that many of the campgrounds in this area have posted for hosts to no avail. We never saw a host but it was Memorial Day and we never saw anyone at check in or clean the bathroom and showers. It was disgusting. I blame the campers as well as the campground because it looked full for the holiday weekend with a number of sites having more than two ...
Today we hiked a dirt road from behind the KOA to the RailRunner train station for our day trip into downtown Albuquerque. Along the way, we ran across one of the saddest little cemeteries we've ever seen. Sort of looks like Boot Hill. We saw several of these from the RV on our way here but up close they are even sadder. In the pictures, notice the small white crosses made ...
... its own dialect. Similar to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages this language faces endangerment.
There are another similarities between our history and the Pueblo, these include
Introduction of Indian Child Welfare Act 1978 during the period of self determination. This act curtailed the widespread and in may cases forced removal of children
Indian Education Act 1972 during the termination and relocation period. ...