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... was cool and formed from the same type of thing, but christians started to live in those caves when the muslims came to take over and although the cone shaped rock formations are similar to Turkey's, the caves are not even close to the same and not livable. I saw one cave that was more like a hole in a rock. I did the short 2 mile loop rather than the 2 mile loop to the canyon or the grand tour that must ...
... s Santa Fe - a local Tex-Mex restaurant for dinner. I have never seen so much Mexican food in my whole life!! Victoria and I shared some guacamole and a burrito which came with a sweet bread and honey butter - absolutely delicious!! We decided that everyone was far too tired to go out for a drink, so instead we drove back to the motel, watched TV and fell asleep! Lucy ...
... 32'50.2"N 107°37'44.6"W). Walked the 200m to the panel which was quite small - about 6'x4' with about 20 engravings on it.
Backtracked and then took another road deeper into the canyon, passing a few gas heads and then a sign to a fortified Indian dwelling and stopped at the 'Warrior Panel' walking trail and followed that a few hundred metres across the creek of the canyon to a fenced off area along the cliff face. There were a few good engravings along ...
... Husb). The food was delicious and exactly what we were looking for. They also served garlic bread with every meal which I usually would not be very excited about but in this case was surprised at how tasty it was. It is a tradition at The Shed, and not a typical New Mexican side. After lunch, we were not sure how we would fill the rest of our day until Husb found a disc golf course. The winds were strong and the course had numerous holes that were over 600 feet ...
We left Kingman Arizona at 8:10 a.m. (Mileage 35320) and headed out onto Interstate 40 for Santa Fe New Mexico. Deb has been looking forward to this for most of the trip. The problem is that there is a very cold jet stream that has blanketed the western and southwestern U.S. in a blanket of extreme cold.
I40 was in terrible shape, no road closures mind you, but because of the wide open spaces, and let ...
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