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A beautiful city, but we ran into a wet spell. Thankfully, it stopped raining long enough for me to play 18 at the Towa Golf club. Awesome. An island green. I hit four ball to the green, none in the water. None were very close. Downtown plaza is cool. Damn rain.
Hi everyone! It's me, Colbie and apparently we didn't; or at least we didn't end up taking the most direct route. But hey, we are retired so what if it takes a little longer! So after a few wrong turns, we have made it to Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Since we left Flagstaff we stayed one night in Gallup, NM then last night in a place just outside of Albuquerque. We've been traveling around 130-150 miles each travel day, which seems to ...
... still be Xmas Eve, but when we land in Sydney after crossing the international date line it will be Dec. 26th. We'll see what the flight holds for a Xmas celebration of sorts.
As a side note, they did get more than their usual share of Hanukkah this year. On Monday they went ice skating at a latke and donut-infused event, and Jonathan even helped the rabbi light the menorah on ice. ...
... off to do a small bar crawl home. At the base of the pub we saw a crowd of people gathering round and so we wandered over and watched a four-piece female mariachi band (who were great!) performing with gusto to a growing audience. Music is clearly a very integral part of the Santa Fe lifestyle.
We left with their tunes ringing in ears and stumbled across a bar called Evangelo’s en route to home. We decided to head inside to check out the impressive ...
... don’t know if I looked like a possible client or he thought that I needed some fashion advice, but he walked around with me for about 5 minutes showing me his creations and describing the fabric, etc. Finally, another client asked him a question and I was free to make my escape! Judy and I decided that only after winning the lottery could we ever afford to buy anything in most of the shops on the plaza. Of course, it’s Santa ...