Casita Cielo Grande
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... right.Of course I just sleep or look out the window at the scenery, so I'm fine either way.
Our trip today was only supposed to be about 60 miles, but it seems that we got our destination/directions a bit wrong. That's not really a big deal, but there is some stress in making your way through a town you are not sure about when your vehicle is 35 feet long followed by a jeep. The RV park where we are staying was really ...
... not find them at all. After three attempts at following the instructions on the website we gave up and made our way out to the Bonanza Ranch.
We ended up trespassing on someone’s private property before finding the actual location of the Film Set, only to be told that you had to organise tours in advance. So then we went off towards El Rancho de las Golondrinas, a museum/ranch from the 1800s. It was closed as it was out of season. At this point Hayley broke ...
... entered this recipe in the pie contest at the New Mexico State Fair and won first place! Will arrange to have them made when we head for Texas to share with family.
Helped break things down after the gala and then caught the bus back to the Launchpad where we watched the music and antics of the people inside from the bar. Back to the hostel and left on the morning train.
... from an Ankylosaur.
After leaving the store I walked around Santa Fe and dreamt about relocating, marry a kind hearted Midwest farmers' daughter, purchasing a big black American pick-up and opening a fossil shop in the historic plaza. Its true, Santa Fe is a city for dreamers!
We sat in the Plaza for a while and listened to a musician before min-afternoon thunder forced us back to our Ford faraday cage and on to the safety of the motel room.
... than the 'Main Panel', I think.
We camped a short time later, north of the main road and from the bluff above camp we could see possibly 15 gas heads spread across the low valley on this plateau to our north, hence Gas Field camp (GPS- 36°30'2.2"N 107°29'39.3"W).
Headed back to the Canon Largo Rd which sticks pretty close to the Old Spanish Trail, which obviously followed this major stream northwest. We passed the building/house at the road ...
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