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After a loud and stormy night at the National Guard barracks, me and Sion were woken up at 6 am by the Ghanaians that were accompanying us. Considering we were not meant to be up for another hour, we both curled up in our separate beds and groaned. Eventually we woke up and got prepared for another day in Santa Fe.
We all went to get breakfast at the Santa Fe airfield cafe which was very nice. After we had finished, we got to have a tour around a ...
... depth of more than 1,002 feet. Country Living magazine named the Springs Resort & Spa one of its five relaxing and affordable spa vacations. The Spa calls itself a destination curative resort, specializing in AquaZen Therapy. Aqua Zen? Stay with me on this one. The Spa says therapeutic soaking in the hot mineral springs uses the combination of salt, sulfur, zinc, magnesium and lithium to pull the toxins from the soft tissues of the body. It's ...
We attended a Solstice Labyrinth celebration at the Genoveva Chavez center on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. The Labyrinth Society of Santa Fe were responsible for this portable labyrinth.
It basically was a path that had one way in to the center and then back out the same way. It was a time for reflection and quiet. There was nice background music as we walked.
... are scattered through out. Ancient pictographs and petroglyphs adorn the canyon walls. For every accessible ruin we explored, there were two others impossibly tucked under massive sandstone overhangs high above the canyon floor that left us staring in wonder. While Grand Gulch is a well known and frequently visited destination, any fears we had concerning an uptick in use due to the parks closing turned out to ...
... to the camp site amidst a spectacular sunset for showers and bed time. It is pretty cool getting to bed at 21h00. Pam decided to do some washing mid-camping fortnight so was up a little later - turned out to be much later as the drier was temperamental to say the least. Both Pam and I have picked up a head cold which is slightly annoying to say the least but none of the kids seem affected so let's hope it stays that ...
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