Rancho De Chimayo Hacienda
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Today was Memorial Day in the US - a day for remembering the people who died while in the country's armed forces and it was a public holiday so no school for the boys or work for Christy. Reid was up and away around 3am to drive to Albuquerque to catch his flight for Reykjavik. The rest of us had a leisurely start to the day.
After breakfast and a fair amount of chatting Craig and I headed down to Smiths ...
... to where the dirt track ended at the main road.
Back home where the smell of ribs cooking filled the house. Amaazing! So we chatted and had a drink and then eventually sat down to dinner on the back patio. Those ribs tasted as good as they smelled and combined with Idaho baked potato it was the feast of kings. It was pretty cool out on the deck so we didn't linger long after dinner and came inside and chatted and had another couple of drinks before heading to bed.
... the pedals consistently. This was an altogether different kettle of fish: stones pinging out from under our wheels making the bikes jolt sideways and loose gravel sapping any momentum we had. We took a rest just before the half way turning to Summitville and mercifully, the track which followed the turning was smoother and less steep. After having lunch two miles from the top in a stunning spot in front of Grayback Mountain, we finally topped out, gaining stupendous views ...
... road up ahead, secrets whisper, years come and go,
Dreams drift away.
I am the journey, you are the journey, and we may never pass this way again.
See the USA in your Chevrolet, America's the greatest land of all.
They say we may never pass this way again, so, let's make a date today to see
The USA. Yes!
But, when I leave, I'll be a long time gone, Darlin'.
... Home of Pancakes (iHop) - which I have to say was really good and then headed to the UFO Museum. Kids weren't too impressed with this "nonsense" as Courtney put it!!! So not too long there and then off to our next overnight stop Sante Fe, New Mexico. The drive reminded me a bit of the long roads in the Karoo in the Cape - long straight roads - only difference being the these were double lane highways on both sides ...