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... these families are. Several resort lakes also have their place and it was odd to see full size marinas so far inland.
Eventually we crossed into New Mexico. We stopped for a very dodgy coffee to ward off tiredness at one of the many New Mexican villages along the way, and realised that we had seen the last of the alpine weather. The fist big town we came across was Espanola, and then Santa Fe. Santa Fe seemed to be ...
... it's pretty spectacular). As we're filling up with fuel we strike up a conversation about the closed parks with a fellow RVer (we're part of the club now you know). He makes a wise crack that they've sandblasted off the face of Mt Rushmore, to which his wife replies "I wish they'd sandblast the face off our President"! Yep, we're in the land of Republicans. We smile politely and back away slowly (I'm sure they're packing heat). As if that wasn't a ...
... of peoples rooms trying to get everyone out but they all stayed in bed. We were then kicked out of the car park so we gave Rufus/Fiona back to her owner and Rachel and jay came out and took me to bed. I stumbled into the room and tried to be quiet not to annoy Leah to much but she was just laughing and after a drunken shower we fell asleep.
We got up super early about 4:30am the next day got dressed and met in the lobby still pitch black outside for our hot ...
... by natural beauty and rich history for the past week or so, time to mix it up a bit and surround myself with the sublime and ridiculous for a while (also it will be nice to travel with others for a bit, it's a group tour for just over a week).
So bright and early this morning I hit Albuquerque airport and got my very first frisking from security, seriously I was patted down! I must have moved a bit during the full body scan ...
... The kids kept saying, "It looks like snow!" The White Sand dunes are very white and immense. We found sleds at the park gift shop and went off in search of the biggest dunes we could find. The biggest reach 65 feet. I took tons of photos with my good camera but forgot the cord to upload them to my computer, so they will come later! The kids had a blast (so did Brad) sledding down the dunes and playing in the sand. We saw a beautiful ...
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