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Well, this was the most boring drive so far. Miles and miles of literally nothing but sage brush and some cows-not many towns or anything to look at. To top it off when we went over the border to New Mexico it started hailing with lightning. Zoe was not too fond of this experience.
Also, the radio stations on the drive-one for FM, one for …
... There was silt over part of the road and some big puddles, but when we got to the underpass, it was just full of red mud with no way of knowing how deep it was so we didn't take the risk.
There was a gigantic bull who had been in the bushes and when we turned around he came out for a look, fortunately just standing on the roadside, watching us.
We jumped onto the interstate as the old road was under water and ...
Breakfast at Tia Sophia on S Francisco... Proper huevos rancheros on yellow tortilla and beans with sopaipilla with honey and cinnamon unlimited coffee -great ! Then passed the Chuck Jones gallery and of course had to go in..especially because they were hanging a Dr Seuss print show ! Took some shots of Seuss paintings and off to walk up past to art galleries in canyon rd but not impressed and after chatting to two women, decided to go to museum ...
... br> The Santa Fe airport does not have x-ray facilities, which means they go thru your bags manually. I was not happy about anyone rifling thru my suitcases, but there's nothing you can do about it. To make matters worse, when I got to my destination and opened my bag, there was a lovely little note explaining what they had done – I didn’t want to be reminded that they had been going thru my things. To top it off, one of the attachments that go ...
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