Sandhill Crane Bed and Breakfast
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... New Mexico. It's another small, very strange desert town. A lot like the ones I described earlier, but with a larger population and more of a typical town structure. Most people here are Spanish/Mexican/Indian or maybe mixes of all? Regardless, they're all very nice people and seem to be very happy! I guess you are a product of the environment you grow up in. If you don't know any different then it's not foreign at all, it's just life, and it's normal!
... a wonderful history and was a favourite location for film stars of the 40s and 50s to stay in while shooting on location in the area. There is a fantastic gallery of photographs signed by many of the stars who stayed at the hotel and each bedroom within the hotel has the name of a film star above the door who once stayed in that room. I am in room 110, the Zachary Scott room, and I am flanked on either side by Doris Day and Gregory ...
... is brown or a shade of brown it does get boring. Most houses and buildings are brown then you have the dirt (since there is no grass to speak of other than golf courses or a few homes) and no tall or green trees. With the wind blowing almost constantly we felt gritty most of the time and with no humidity our sinus's are killing us. At least my hair doesn't get frizzy!!
Next stop is Gallup NM
... wanted to help balloon pilots. If we go to the field or are close to a landing, pilots appreciate assistance, especially in slowing the gondola when it lands.The important part; don’t get in front of the gondola in the direction it’s going or you’ll get smooshed.
Weather reports show it’s unlikely balloons will launch tomorrow morning because of the winds. We’ll ...
... it is now a federal offense. One of the biggest problems is that visitors let their dogs roam and they are destroying some of the Petroglyphs – they have to be on a leash.
Next we drove to the Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum on Balloon Drive, which had been recommended to us and was it worth it. First, on Sunday mornings the museum is free, and the museum was so enjoyable with some great exhibits about ...