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... you guys last night, I was working late. I've got chai on the stove and a heater in the truck. Come over and warm up when you're ready'. It took Matt a while to readjust to this new reality - or at least the reality of the last two months. This sort of behaviour in the UK would probably cause you to push the panic button on the tracker, but on the trail through the Rockies in the US it's just the standard kindness of strangers. The cheerful and generous man was Robin, ...
... Fe is beautiful. Very walkable streets, lovely architecture and shopping galor! We had our coffees and shared a chocolate croissant. Freshly fed, we wandered the streets and headed for Randy's bug museum. Couldn't find the bug museum so stopped into the Tourist Centre and found out we were on the wrong side of town. Wandered back into town and figured it was time for lunch so we walked ...
... Monument. This park contains over 20,000 images throughout the park. We went to one area and went on 2 of the 3 trails (the one trail was quite steep, straight up, and I didn't want to trust my knee and ankle so we only went up a short distance).
Next was a drive down Route 66 to Old Town. We did not realize that the Rio Grande river ran thru town. Old Town is part of the early town from the ...
... a resort town in the mountains.
I also realized that while I had booked our room, I had failed to book a reservation for dinner. My friends at TA had recommended Love Apple, so I called from the room as soon as we walked in. Timing is everything. The hostess advised me that they had just had a cancelation for 7:30. I took it.
We spent the next few hours strolling through some shops and galleries. As former boutique owners this is a form ...
... the Museum of History. We learned more about the area and its history. There was also a large display of archeological work in the area. We learned that before any new construction is started, the archeologists have to examine the area for artifacts or graves of native people. If graves are found, efforts are made to determine the tribe of the deceased and return the bones to them. Pictures were not allowed so we can’t share. ...