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... but is a balanced design.
Anyway, I digress. Once we cleared the pass we got down to some straight line highway for awhile and I put the hammer down to make up some time. I quickly caught the 'Hogs' and passed them in one fell swoop. Ape hanger guy gave me the 'nod' when I blew past him so I apparently made the cut.
I have driven the Fort Collins-Denver-Colorado Springs corridor on I-25 before and that was an experience I was glad not to repeat. The route I was on, ...
Left Broken Arrow around 730am to head to Santa Rosa, New Mexico.
LONG, very boring drive, and a splitting headache on top of it.
Headed to Winslow, Arizona tomorrow...such a nice place to see.
Th-th-th-at's all Folks!
... to tell us about their home in Albuquerque. It seemed that the people in this city really take pride in their home town. Overall, it was a beautiful and safe place. We decided to indulge in some shopping. Exploring the shops really gave us a good idea of what New Mexico was all about. We left around dinner time to keep moving forward to ...
... of sand & cactus, but these bolders just jumped up from no where...I almost missed them. Then, I just had to take pictures of some road signs that made us laugh...perhaps you'll enjoy them too. Then again, you all know Richard's humor!
Keep warm and stay safe. We are working our way home and are in 40* weather now. Not as bad as what you have going on, but a big difference from 80*. See you all soon.
... eating we kept driving towards The Petrified Forest in Arizona. When we got there we took a car trail. We stopped and looked at many beautiful views of the desert and saw petroglyphs carved on rocks. We saw a particular petroglyph that lights up during the Summer Solstice. When it got dark we also saw a really cool thunderstorm. ...