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... happen in the UK. That was such an awesome gesture. I think I could get used to this southern hospitality! One of the things I love about America is the food! So much choice and generally it is pretty cheap. Our restaurant for the night didn't disappoint. There is no way that you can diet here!! It was a pretty short stay in Santa Fe and I'd definitely come back here. It has a real chilled out and relaxing atmosphere. That's probably why over 60% of the population are over 50 yrs ...
... American ruins carved out of the soft volcanic tufa rock. Had a bit of excitment when we saw our first rattlesnake, and everyone really enjoyed climbing up and down homemade kiva ladders, exploring caves and crossing the river on wooden slabs, since the bridges got washed out from devestating floods following wildfires that burned 2/3 of the park a couple of years ago. Actually got a "thanks for bringing us here, Mom" from both kids, a ...
... the way, we saw this dude walking along the side of I-40 with a HUGE cross over his shoulder with wheels on the bottom so he could drag it. Beth look it up online, it was Arthur Hollands. He left Santa Monica and was walking across the country to New York to 'spread peace'. He has a LONG way to go, we actually saw him when we headed west too but this time we looked him up.
Once we got to Sante Fe and set ...
It is always fun to explore Santa Fe by bicycle and be able to take in all the interesting architecture as you ride along. We do a great deal of volunteer work for WildEarth Guardians including delivering posters or flyers around the city.
Laura's ankle slow healing and waiting for our "guest" bikes to be tuned up, this time we delivered posters for the Mountainfilm Tour by bus and foot.
... This is the second largest canyon in the US (the first being the Grand Canyon) and it was breathe-taking. There was once a native settlement around the canyon and settlements had lived there over 5 million years ago. The area here is incredibly peaceful - we parked up at some viewpoints and went exploring (I tried to find rattlesnakes whilst Sunny took photos) you could hear a cocktail of sounds from crickets, snakes and birds, much to ...
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