Laughing Lizard Inn
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... s adopted stray dog who ran up the first hill for ten miles with us! It took us only five hours to reach Grants in the early afternoon - enough time to scoff some crisps and coke before buying some treats for tea and breakfast - macaroni cheese, mince, veg, apples, peaches, oranges, apple pie, ice cream, orange juice, granola, yogurt, bananas and strawberries. We also had to buy food for six days on the road - one of the longest stretches out on the ...
... motel we saw, where Yeng, the owner, got us a hose to clean our bikes and panniers, and then drove us to a Mexican restaurant and picked us up afterwards. Our side route ended up being well over 60 miles - longer than the main route - although we'll never know if we would have got stuck for another night on the main route on the ridge pushing our bikes (about fifteen miles from Cuba, someone in a truck asked Nadine if we knew if anyone was stuck up there on bikes so ...
... The king-sized memory foam bed with super-soft pillows and blankets was so inviting that we could have just spent the entire day in the room. Cody wasn’t allowed in the lodge, but he waited outside the door ever so patiently.
We took a little break, and then we got take-out from a little restaurant called River’s Edge before heading to Spence Springs. We had to hike about a quarter mile, and we were out of breath almost the entire way. ...
... age of 25. They saved the lodge of the school and the homes on Bathtub Row were used for the directors and top scientists. The Bradbury Science Museum displays the exhibits about the history of Los Alamos National Laboratory and the ongoing research that science and research. This was not even a town and when all these people were lured by train they disappeared to nowhere. Their families did not know where they were, they were not allowed to ...
... mountain in Central America. Bid all a goodnight and off to bed. It was not as cold as the night before.
Packed up and took the more scenic route from 126 past Fenton Lake and down past Bandelier and home.
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