Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Midtown
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... to the side of the high walled canyon (with sheer drops to the other side) we finally arrived at Roosevelt Dam. Dams are always fascinating to me. We stopped at an overlook to take in the view and of course take a bunch of pictures.
This brought us to the end of this section of the Apache Loop. To continue on would mean going back towards Phoenix. So, we got back on the highway and continued our long drive home. We ate lunch/dinner ...
... Albuquerque before nightfall. One the way well after 3 hours i needed to stop as i was getting very weary, we noticed it was starting to snow, we pulled into the first available truck stop surrounded by the nicest rocky mountains and boulders you had ever seen and yes the snow was falling, the kids were so excited and it was really nice, the wind had settled a little which made the drive good and fast at 75mph, but to see the snow fall just topped of ...
The RV park we stayed in last
night was a great facility and one that we would use again. From Gallup we headed south on AZ Rt. 602,
and then East on AZ Rt. 53 to “El Morro National Monument”. The drive was very interesting as we passed through
the Navajo Indian Reservation, the scenery changed frequently and the time
passed quickly. The principal attraction at El Morro National
Monument is a huge sandstone rock cliff ...
... which is pretty cool when you think about it.
We end up going to the tram entrance. There are plenty of hiking trails at the lower elevations, but it’s so HOT!!! So, we decide to drive to Sandia Peak and hike at elevation. It should be cooler. In order to get there, we have to go back to the area where we’re camping. No biggie---we stop at the camper ...
... hadn't already come out start running and dripping out of my nose on to anything in the local vacinity (this included Buddy at one point) or trying to sleep as my head was pounding due to the blocked sinuses! I felt as if an elphant was sitting on my nose and the surrounding area!!
I was determined that I wasnot going to miss the open air concert in the Botanical Gardens so kept up the schedule of nostril squirting, blowing my red raw Rudolph nose ...