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... with the decision for the Indian people have an intense visual sensitivity, which anyone familiar with their art can easily attest. Acoma, which means People of the White Rock, has been inhabited since before the twelfth century. Most of the present day people have residences in other parts of the reservation or in several farming villages but at no time is the Pueblo on the mesa without several families living in the old houses and caring for the ...
... in Memphis. I certainly didn’t expect Corky’s quality of food, but I was game anyway. The guy at the kitchen recommended the chicken.
At 5:30 I headed to the kitchen to pick up my dinner, which is served for two hours, until 7:30. I beat the crowd, that’s for sure. It was a good smoked chicken breast with cole slaw and beans. Not too bad for $8.00, I thought.
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Nothing good weather or traffic wise happened from Amarillo to Gallup, especially after we crossed into New Mexico. Storm 'Quantum' dogged I-40 travelers the whole way, causing serious accidents and delays. In fact, West of Tucumcari, we were in a 10 mile long dead stopped traffic jam behind a big accident, and didn't go anywhere for an hour. I was hoping Dad would take me out in the median to play but, he was having none of that. We saw ...
... the mother road.
66 took us through the town of Shamrock to the exact halfway point at Adrian, Texas. From here, it's exactly half way between where we started in Chicago and the finish on Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles. Just as Phyllis had said, Fran was sat there in her gift shop with her dog Brodie. Fran is a true Route 66 legend and found fame through Disneys Cars movie. She is the inspiration for the character 'Flo' in the film. We were the only ...
... at least no upping and downing!) and the land surrounding the rock for miles is just flat desert. Weather was overcast and we had a constant light rain, but we persevered and did the entire 2.5 miles. Because of the elevation, the ascent and descents were both tiring, but the top going was fine, and the sandstone pretty sticky. Took a million photos. So happy we did the whole hike, and this was a place I didn’t think ...