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... and I not wanting steak and actually not even wanting dinner after the massive lunch) before running him his own special bath as an apology for getting his covered in waste (her covering was much more epic than mine!). We watched Fresh Prince and Modern Family and then I was off to bed, ready for our early start the next day.
Santa Fe is a very pretty place, but I am quite happy to be moving on tomorrow to somewhere hotter, with hopefully better accommodation! To ...
... much in silence, seeing as pretty much everyone's luggage was wet, and the clothes we were wearing were the driest ones that we had. To top it all off, as we finished packing the van, it stopped raining.
Instead of a 'make your own' breakfast, Kate drove us down the road to a place called 'Happy's' in an attempt to get us to smile after such a poopy start to the day. It sort of worked - I got to have pancakes - but we were still cold and wet and had to camp ...
... went to see the balloon museum; Albuquerque and Santa Fe are famous for the massive balloon festival held every year. After a quick refresh of the principles of flight regarding balloons (being a good Air Cadet...) it was very cool to see videos of the giant balloon festival. It was also revealed that we would be given a hot air balloon ride later in the week, which is very exciting!
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... on the map. Espanola’s largest employer is the Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, at 7,300 feet above sea level. It employs more than 12 percent of the Espanola population. As we pass through Espanola, the Los Alamos facility is off in the distance to our west. But even though we don’t stop and visit, it’s worth a mention. Los Alamos is the largest employer in northern New Mexico, with nearly 10,000 employees. ...
... restored ruins including housing and cave dwellings. There were amazing petroglyphs and really nice trails, despite flooding and storms in the area from the previous years. We hiked to the Alcove House, which required climing four ladders for a total of 140 feet. To most adventurous types (and many children under 12), that probably sounds ridiculously easy, but for someone afraid of heights (me), it was a bit scary. Either way, I made it to the top and it ...