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... to Maria's for tequila and tequila!
Sleep time again now!
P.s. Sorry for the blog outage today. I was flagged for putting up links in my blog. They thought I might be spamming y'all. I wasn't. I was only providing witty social commentary and the occasional **** joke.
P.p.s. No driving today, so no game updates, although we did see quite a few more cowboy hats at the capitol building, but those didn't count. Because it was the Round ...
Well I had the weirdest dream that can only have something to do with watching Agents of Shield before bed. I think my brain was trying to process whether or not Bobbi and Mac could be Skrulls and then just went off on a strange tangent about clones and melting flesh…
Anyway. Hayley spent yesterday evening planning things to do today with three places to visit on the list. Unfortunately things didn't quite work out… Really appreciate her effort though, ...
... your bus pass! Nice. They do the same in Santa Fe as well.
Got ourselves checked into the hostel, took a short rest and then headed over to the Grove for the Bash. Helped set out the items for the silent auction (checking out what we wanted!) and did other things as well.
We both bid on items, Laura a wonderful piece of bling and Robert two prize winning ...
... eye was a large Columbian mammoth tooth from Texas.
In the adjoining room there was also a fantastic collection of meteorites and minerals, as I wandered around scanning the shelves the shore assistant opened yet another side-room. I could hear him talking to a couple of interested onlookers and went over to see what the fuss was about. As i walked I could see that this room was where all the museum quality fossils were housed, if only I'd had the ...
... nodding oil wells. We followed the road south on the east side of the river of the same name (this was dry and sandy about 50-100 metres or so wide) for about 5 miles and then crossed back to the west side of the river at an old WW2 style bridge.
We spied a signposted road to a canyon so we took it. This crossed the dry river bed and then turned north following faint old signs to Crow Canyon and the parking area (beside a gas head) for the 'Main Panel' ...