Turquoise Trail Campground And RV Park
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... 6-7 hours worked for us with Kyler at age 8 and Lexi at age 5. Not too much time in the truck but you could get a good ways down the road. This is also how we "planned" our trip. Where was the end of the line for the day, was there anything interesting there? If not, was there anything interesting slightly before or after there? * felt like "boot camp" until we figured out parents were in charge. * ...
... which was an important trade route during the period that New Mexico was part of the Mexican Empire. Taking this route out of Albuquerque also had the advantage of a more sedate drive through fantastic scenery - I had no idea New Mexico possessed quite as much beautiful land as it does. I rejoined the post-1937 route at Correo at which point I had to use the interstate for a short period of time until arriving in Mesita. Route ...
... in or not. He spent 8 years in school before he finally found what he wanted to do. He was able to do that because tuition was only $100 when he went to school. We discussed how if a student does that today, they will be debilitated by student debt for most of their life. He seemed like a wise individual, so it was a good feeling when he showed support for our decision to go on this ...
... were getting tired and we needed to get on the road.
Ealier the cousins all rode with us and they played games, cards, worked on scrapbook pages, etc. But for this last leg of the journey they decided to ride with the grandparents as my sister bought an episode of AIO for them all to listen to. I think the grandparents fell asleep but everyone else enjoyed it.
We only stopped ...
... since it was the Sunday of Memorial Weekend.
We got caught twice trying to get on some roads in this city that we couldn’t go on because we were over 5 tons. They really should post the notices sooner. At the Sandia Casino the sign was posted but we went anyways to get to the casino. The signs were wrong because RV’s can drive to the casino but cannot head into the mountains to take the Sandia Tram that goes 2.7 miles ...