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... However, the plot thickened when we discovered that our hotel, now called Crystal Gardens, used to be called The Skinny Dip and was a gay resort. No wonder no one knew where to take us!
Was It All Worth It?
Was the trip worth all of the pain & expense? I think that answer must be a yes. Everything was more expensive than we planned but to use the vernacular, "no worries!" A week was ...
... Mesa Verde. I could never understand the name. The pictures I had seen when researching this trip, of the monochromatic ochre cliff dwellings, were neither green, nor in any way did they resemble a table. I had not realized the extent of the place. Perched high is southern Colorado, atop a small, forested, flat mountain - a veritable green table - are thousands of archeological sites, including hundreds of cliff dwellings. ...
After a bike ride around Santa Fe, the Plaza, and the New Mexico capitol building, we packed up the trusty Highlander, checked out of our wonderful little hotel and hit the road. Rather than take the interstate to Albuquerque and thence to our destination, Rio Rancho, we drove the Turquoise Trail.
It's a 56 miles two lane ...
... preferred places to live, the Sedona area would rank pretty highly.
We set out at a nice late 10am and headed over to meet with my Aunt Mindy and Uncle Frank at a local Starbucks. I haven't seen them in years so it was really nice to catch up with them. After that, we headed out and set off through the National Forest with red rocks all around. Breathtaking. After we passed through Flagstaff though, it got significantly less beautiful and more brown. We were going to ...
... sides of the road and seemed to
stretch to the base of the surrounding mountains. When we got back onto I-40, at the town of
Grants, we were surprised to see that the lava flow was visible on both sides
of the highway. We found a campground, “Enchanted
Trails” a Passport America campground, just west of Albuquerque. Like most campgrounds in the southwest this
campground was all dirt and gravel with only a few small trees.
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2221 Rio Rancho Blvd, Rio Rancho | 3 star condofrom $72