Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm
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... the palm tree. Anyway, it's nice "Gambler" style hat.
We visited the Laretto Chapel where the outstanding feature is a spiral staircase to the choir loft which seems to suspend itself. It was built by an itinerant carpenter over the period of six months with simple hand tools. It is really amazing. The chapel is now a museum owned by a private party. It's worth a visit.
Then we visited ...
... staff may well have contributed to the aforementioned negotiations.
In any event, we were all very happy to roll into the home of our dear friends Eli and Alyson, and their lovely children Carsten and Piia, in Corrales. Eli and Alyson were our neighbors in Saipan (the first year), and we'd managed to stay in touch despite both families' wanderings during the intervening 6 years. It was remarkable to see how much our respective broods had grown ...
... Jesse's house from the second season, drove past the car wash and went to Walter's house.
Walter's house was the most fascinating as the owner was watching guard from her garage. She was very friendly and she told us that they get people from all over the world visiting every day of the year.
There were security camera's and no one was allowed closer than the footpath. There were at least four other groups of people there when ...
We are quickly realizing that when google maps gives you directions from place to place with distance and time to make your journey it clearly doesn't take into consideration the pace at which one travels in a motorcoach. So, with that said we choose our route, add 1 1/2 - 2 hours to our ETA, and make our way down the road. Today we traveled 459 miles and that makes for a long day! In a car that would be an easy 7-8 hrs.
There are many advantages to traveling in a ...
... and was a much more pleasant route pulling the camper than the interstate. We loved the fact the road was practically deserted and wound its way through the Hopi and Navajo lands. The great views along the way reminded us a lot of the Badlands. We stopped at a trading post and got arrowheads for the boys and mutton and homemade cheese. All through the approximately 7 hours of driving the children did well and most of the time was spent on school ...