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... that it keeps going. As there is absolutely nothing else left in Adrian apart from a gift shop to pull the visitors in. From here we headed to the ghost town of Glenrio that straddles the border of Texas and New Mexico. There really wasn't much left to look at here other than some rusting old cars and a falling down service station so we headed on to the larger towns of Tucumcari and Santa Rosa. Tucumcari boasts some of the better kept relics of the old 66 ...
From Daughter – What an amazingly beautiful day! The New Mexico landscape is an ever changing dance of color and light. Every curve in the road revealed some new majesty.
It was also our first day with absolutely no unpleasant surprises. Nothing new to learn about the RV and nothing new to navigate (the directions from here to Los Angeles are basically "head ...
... br> us different views of the petrified logs.
Further along the roadway we entered the “Painted Desert”, an area where
the colors in the layers of sandstone are very vivid, ranging from white to
shades of red and shades of gray. Looking
across the valley at the canyon walls the colors vary dramatically, whereas the
colors on the valley floor seem to blend together for a very dramatic
effect. The formation ...
... car, and the landscape was so dramatic. Everything was amazing it was difficult to know where to look. We have settled into our car already, and have yet to make it smell of sausage. So that feels pretty good
So we check into our hotel in Gallup, have a bite to it, jump in the pool and get ready to go out. Only the little fella is refusing to go anywhere. So Noah heads out and takes photos and hunts for the evening meal, whilst Woody ...
The United States used members of the Navajo nation (The Dine, or "the people"). The Navajo language is so complicated that many Navajo are not fluent in it. The USMC picked young men fluent in both English AND Navajo. One would be stationed with each comm unit both on land and at sea (to direct naval fire).
The code was NEVER broken.