Albuquerque Central KOA
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Came in about 2am and was able to just check a map pick a spot and lay down. It had a wonderful view of the mountains.
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Up and at em we went! Thankfully the lodge saved us from freezing to death and we scrapped the snow of Jucy Jocky. First stop, the Grand Cannon. Traveller tip: don't go there when it's snowing. You only see white. So we saw the white cannon. I did get a few decent pics tho and Jemma finally made her snowman! Back into the car and headed south to …
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