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... s thru" - I positioned myself in my dive pose, before announcing to all at the top of my voice that I'm a 'Top Bomber' before plunging deep into the cold abyss of the well, to a round of applause from the surrounding spectators. It was indeed refreshing, and with the excitement did not feel the cold too much, cos I love bombing i do. (Enjoy our video proof). Following our aqua antics, we got our beach towels out and sat in our undies to dry off on route. Followed by a ...
... gray are called the "Mesa Blue" stratum. The color is really more like a smokey blue.
The next place we stopped was the historic portion of Route 66 through the park. It is entirely grass covered now, but there is a plaque and unique monument marking its location.
Next we came to the Painted Desert proper. The vistas at the Painted Desert are amazing! The predominant colors are pinks ...
... official Junior Ranger with a patch, badge, and certificate to prove it.
We did a few other things in town, checked out the Pueblo Cultural Center and the Rio Grande Nature Center, and of course we hit a few of the city parks because that's how we keep Iris happy. But definitely one of the best parts of our time in Albuquerque was getting to hang out with some people we knew. Saturday evening we met up with a former coworker, and ...
... Albuquerque is a big city and has many of each to choose from..
Old Town is just West of where we are camping and we found the museum easily. It did indeed have a good collection of snakes but also some excellent and informative videos on snakes and reptiles that we all enjoyed. We probably spent well over an hour there and the boys were very happy.
We headed back to camp and Omar and Suzanne took care ...
... t start growing again. The new plant has 'showy 1 inch double pink flowers in early spring, contrasted by shiny green foliage.'
Later on Sunday a neighbor from across the street came over. Her name is Trine Christensen, and she is originally from Denmark. Her first 9 years were spent in Thisted, and her family then moved to Hanstholm (a small ...