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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the palm tree. Anyway, it's nice "Gambler" style hat.
We visited the Laretto Chapel where the outstanding feature is a spiral staircase to the choir loft which seems to suspend itself. It was built by an itinerant carpenter over the period of six months with simple hand tools. It is really amazing. The chapel is now a museum owned by a private party. It's worth a visit.
Then we visited ...
... see sushi pic below). After all these nomadic years, it was really wonderful to spend some quality time with such dear friends, who share so many of our perspectives and opinions on life, parenting, work, etc. Their beautiful and expansive home served as the perfect backdrop for both relaxing and recounting. The children got along famously, playing games, jumping on the trampoline, and doing crafts. For her part as the youngest, Devika focused on ...
... near Annapolis for the Summer
(5) Summer 2014 - Spent a short "Van Season" mostly in Northern New Mexico, Southwestern CO (Durango, Pagosa Springs, Telluride, Uray) and Sothern CA to visit Family and Friends.
Now we are back in Albuquerque, getting ready to return to Maryland to pick up Wabi Sabi and sail back to the Bahamas for the winter.
We are already planning our Van Season for next year... Nomads to the core!
It was blazing hot, so we didn't take too long out there, mad dogs and Englishmen, and such.
We retreated to the house and wound up watching the 1935 version of "Three Godfathers". I had never seen it before, and it wasn't a bad show, it even had Walter Brennan, playing the same character as always... Walter Brennan
... a key to her truck and while I was rolling east, Laurie continued working on the phone issue. It took about 3 hours.
While Laurie was on the phone, I decided to take my film cameras and shoot the train going by with the mountains in the background. I set up over by the tracks, but a safe distance from them. A high rail truck came by and the guys in it told me I had to go back towards the road...that I was on the railroad right of way. I ...