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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 …
... after Hollywood personalities who used to stay there.
Just down the highway you cross the Continental Divide - the backbone of the North American continent - also known as the Top of the World.
We continued on I40 as at this point as many of the Route 66 interests have been destroyed or probably should be they are so decrepid. As you approach Albuquerque you leave the Colorado Plateau which you have been on since mid-Arizona and descend into the Rio Grande Valley. ...
... using tabasco sauce
... Mountains of Albuquerque. When we reached Albuquerque the next town on our Route 66 trip we changed our car for another one to take us all the way to San Francisco. Our plan was to continue as much on Route 66 as we could on our journey, however, as from here on it is mostly now covered with the I-40 and very little of the real mother road left we are happy to slip from the path to various places we want to see along the ...
... rain for about 7 weeks). There, we stayed in Albuquerque for the night, sleeping on a futon at Tara's brother & sister-in-law's house. It was nice catching up with them again, after we had stayed with them for a couple of night's last year.
We left their place early on Friday as we had a long drive to the Grand Canyon via the Four Corner's Monument. This is the only place in America where ...
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