La Hacienda Grande
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... I’m grateful that there is no rain. We get back without incident and get our shuttle back up to our car. All in all another day well spent.
We get home a little later tonight, so I’m glad we are only barbequing up some hamburgers tonight. This is the end of our time here and it has been very pleasant. We like this part of New Mexico and would like to return.
Tomorrow we head off to Colorado and the Navajo State Park. More adventures to come….stay ...
... a craving for a cold milkshake, so we headed down Route 66 to the a Route 66 diner. After getting lost because we were looking on the wrong side of the road! we found the place and walked in to a retro 60's diner with booths and stools at the counter - even the waitresses were dressed in their 60's style uniforms and bobby socks. I ordered a turtle milkshake (vanilla with caramel fudge and peanuts), and in a moment of weakness decided on a slice of ...
... still struggling to finish renovation of the house. But the guestroom is completely finished, and if the rest of the house is done as well, she will possess a small pearl of a house.
To get here from Utah I did quite a bit of driving. I spent Saturday night in Flagstaff, AZ, and drove on the next day to Grants, NM, along I-40. My preference is to drive on the ...
... to private individuals who owned ranch lands (3000 acres) around the crater. At the same time, the Dept. of Interior declared this area a National Landmark. You can read more at: http://www.meteorcrater.com/. Thus, this Park is privately owned.
At 10:30AM we headed toward Albuquerque on I-40, with the hundreds of twists and turns through gorgeous mesas and red cliffs. ...
... with scrubland. It is a wake free lake and sailing and wind surfing are popular. There are four loops two with electric and water and two without. Buffalo Loop with electric and water seems to be the most popular and was filled when we arrived on Memorial Day to our site. Checkout time is at 2, so we had to wait until our site was vacant. There are some sites that look over the lake and most have a view of some part of the ...