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... this as a semi rest day - hence the killer day yesterday - as we had not seen a town or a shower for five days and just wanted to get settled and relax for the afternoon. In short, we both felt pretty strung out and just wanted one afternoon off to relax. We headed over the road to the art exhibition - there's lots of art around this area and an art studio tour on this week - and got talking to Jay, the lady who is organizing the exhibition in Abiquiu. When we said we ...
... alone: no one peeked out a window, no dogs slept in the minimal shade, no birds twittered. Had we missed the message about evacuating because of some unknown doom?
We wandered into an open gallery hoping get directions to the O'Keefe home. No one was there! We were studying the eclectic assortment of wood carvings, portraits on wood, and jewelry creations when the gallery owner appeared and pointed toward the home. But there was a catch: the home is ...
... different route from the one in May. Towards evening the weather changed, it started raining, and the next morning all the cars on the parking lot were covered with snow.
Before I left Albuquerque and Diane's house on Sunday, we went to the Farmers' Market on Saturday morning, then picked up 1,500 cookies for the evening's concert, and finally went to the concert itself, which featured ...
Day Two Hundred and Seventeen - Thursday 11th April 2013
We were up at 6:am for our early Spirit Airlines flight to Denver. The flight was on time and smooth and we landed and made our way to pick up our next hire car. The lady in the rental office was nice and we managed to secure a 'free' upgrade but the cost overall was once again way over what we had thought it would be. Our Toyota Corolla wasn't quite as nice a car as the one we'd had in Las Vegas, ...
... and continued to watch people, cycles and cars cruising the block.
After lunch we drove for a little while around Santa Fe before heading off to Albuquerque, stopping at Macca's for the WiFi and booking The Sandia Peak Inn on Route 66 in Albuquerque near Old Town. By the way, I know how to spell Albuquerque without checking.....just sayin'.....once we added the tax it cost us $80, the most expensive night so far on the road.
Once we ...