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We set our alarms for 6 am. Rise and shine, the early bird gets the worm, etc. etc. etc… George had trouble sleeping and so he got up about 4am and emptied the black and grey tanks, hoping to make the day easier.
At 6am it is 5 degrees—there is nothing that is going to make this day any easier.
In the middle of the night, George realized that he needed to get on the roof of the 5th wheel and not only brush ...
... holiday if i pushed u in?"..... I didn't reply!! Hehehe
I went into the Butterfly enclosure whilst Mark continued to look at the train set. The butterflies were absolutely beautiful.
It really was a lovely way to spend the day.
We decided to go back to the motel to have a relax and recharge the batteries. We had a REALLY good nap and were ready to head out again!!
Side note: i'd ...
... We both ordered a Mexican plate (kind of a grab bag of several different items), which ended up being WAY more food than necessary. It’s basically one of those Styrofoam three-partition clam shell plates filled to the brim with a mix of beef, beans, rice, peppers, a small bit of ribs, chicken, and tortillas, all kind of thrown in wherever they fit. On top of that, they throw in a bag of sopapillas. We could have split one and been ...
... 8. The 2.7 mile Aerial Tramway is the longest in North America and reaches the Sandias at 10,378 feet.
Day 322 Today we started in Old Town Albuquerque. Lots of colorful beautiful older buildings, great architecture, adobe structures, and a Church in the square. Many shops to walk in and out of from jewelry, to bakeries, restaurants and general merchandise type shops. Lots of fun to browse.
Once again we see ...
... GO LEEDS!! After a fun morning of failing at the cup song and banter with UNM's equivalent to Nightline, we went to the Pueblo Indian Culture Centre to watch a pow-wow. Apparently it wasn't a real pow-wow, but the music and dancing was incredible! The museum in the centre was also really interesting, and was a nice way to tie together all the Native American sites we'd seen on ...