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Anyone that knows Bruce, knows he likes to keep things exciting! Exciting is one of many words to describe how we nearly ran out of gas on our way to Albuquerque. We aren't use to there not being gas stations along every highway but have discovered that seems to be the case in many areas we have traveled through in Texas and New Mexico. As we …
We had to wait until around 3 pm to
catch the shuttle over to the Railrunner so we sat in the cool of the
baggage area and used our time wisely to catch up on some of our stories
as well as do what I do best, watch people!
The train ride was
nice as usual and as we were heading into Santa Fe could see an immense
smoke cloud right above the ski area it appeared. It was quite
disturbing to see.
... Church. It was so GOOD. Jim described it as "deeply profound". He loved the part about self responsibility. Take care of your side of the street, speak kindly and lovingly and always remember you are relating with your best friend. Give respect, care and love at all times. I especially enjoyed listening to the answers to the questions that were asked by different couples. The loving energy in the responses and the acceptance and non-judgment of both parties, ...
... deplaned, we saw on the departures screen that our flight was closed, but it was still listed on the screen so we hurried in that direction just in case they would let us on. However, before we got to the gate, our flight disappeared from the listing. United rebooked us on a Lufthansa flight that was leaving about four hours later. I was disappointed to be on Lufthansa because they do not have as ...
... ice on them. Elwood, sounding rather exasperated says, ‘what are we doing?’ and I confess to him that I really don’t know what we are doing. We go back down the mountain cold, hungry and having not seen the view. Winners - we are not.
But team spirits are quickly lifted when I crack open the animal crackers. Pretty dry, but it seems to do the trick. So we make our way to Albuquerque and we are heading to ...
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