Worldmark Resort Santa Fe
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... shops along with Maggie's Diner, which is a gift shop only.
Found a great diner at Tucumcari for lunch, very friendly 'server' named Jackie and a great burger as well. A quick ride into Adrian which is the mid point on Route 66 between Santa Monica & Chicago. We had a chat to Fran at the gift shop and she told us that Flo in the animated movie, Cars, was based on Fran ...
... all with the same idea. We finally warm up, and leave Silverton about 9:15, after goofing off next door in the Silverton Harley store, the world's highest. It's 70 miles from Ouray to Durango, where we turn east on US-160 and head for Pagosa Springs, 55 miles from Durango. Pagosa Springs sits at 7,126 feet, and is about 35 miles north of the New Mexico border. "Downtown Pagosa Springs" was the final destination for two truckers in the 1975 ...
Chip announced in exercise class there was a Christmas Eve matinee at the Lensic. Decided to go enjoy some culture and rode the bus downtown. When we walked up to the ticket window to purchase tickets, a woman came up and said she had two tickets that were not going to be used and would we like them. Sure.
Very enjoyable concert. Because it was a matinee, many people had brought children in hopes of introducing them to ...
... assuming there would be so much to see in the National Parks that a backcountry adventure might not be in the cards. But the shutdown truly changed everything, and after spending too much time trying to secure state park campsites, we decided it was time to leave our car behind for a bit.
Grand Gulch is an area Sara first hiked while working for NOLS, and that we hiked together before we got married, so we ...
... too keen to see "more old buildings" but the promise of some grub seemed to bring them around.
Sante Fe does not really have a comparable that I can think of - totally unique and beautiful in its own way. Not really my cup of tea but Pam really enjoyed it. We went into the town central plaza which was a hub of activity. Pam and the girls enjoyed the boutique jewelry and clothing shops while we explored the ...