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... traveled to Farmington, New Mexico. You pass through some of the First People's lands as you travel to Farmington and then the next day we traveled through more of them.
A great deal of the time we were in the Navajo Nation and this is what the picture is in this story. One of the towns you pass through is Kayenta which has a Burger King with ...
Sunday 3rd - We made it into Santa Fe a little later than we would've liked and found a motel with Chinese Restaurant attached, great food. Santa Fe is a sprawling town similar to Toowoomba and about the same size, but its architecture is the stunning feature which makes it different from the rest. It is all very art deco in a Spanish western theme. All the buildings are no more than 1 ...
... as well. They really do have chile with everything it would seem!
We said our goodbyes to Tucumcari and set off for our final destination for the day, Santa Fe, a place that Chelle was particularly excited to discover. Aside from the noticeable change in the cuisine there has also been a noticeable change in the weather as well. We have definitely reached the hot and humid phase of our road trip with temperatures today scheduled to reach 95 degrees. ...
... frontiersman, Kit Carson, carried military dispatches east along the Trail, while Military Attaché George Brewerton, kept a detailed account of his trip.
John C Fremont (with Kit Carson as guide) led a US government sponsored survey group through this region, which was the harbinger of the railroad. By 1869 a rail route connected the plains to the west coast and while portions of the Trail evolved into wagon roads, the days of the long distance mule trains were gone forever. ...
... many others 500+ feet), which resulted in a frustrated Erik but still filled our afternoon. After that it was back to Wally for some groceries and planning out the next few weeks of our trip.
As we were organizing in the Scamp (an hourly occurrence), Erik told me to check out the sweet green camper that had just pulled in. As they drove by and waved, I noticed the Sconnie license plates. Sweet! I went to do some shopping and ran into the girl, Karli, who ...