Quality Inn Santa Rosa
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Easy check in, large clean rooms, indoor pool, free basic breakfast
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... be, say, a $400 airplane ticket to the lake. Actually a decent park, but we elected to leave that behind and stay at the commercial RV park that we're at now. But, after this long day of driving, I now know what people mean when they say "what a pain in the ass". I have first hand knowledge, and my Tufie refuses to massage it.
Tomorrow, we're going to keep going.
After short lay in, and a quick grocery shop at Walmart we were on our way this time to Albuquerque not really knowing what to expect. We decided upon visiting the Old Town of Albuquerque as it seemed most appealing. It was clear to see the Mexican vibe of the old town by the buildings, the artwork, and the people. Everyone was so welcoming ...
... dinner with them on Thurs...I called and said farewell this morning from I-10. Still miserable tonight, but I don't think I have it as bad as Richard did!
I am going to share a few pictures with you. We did have an opportunity to visit the Biosphere 2 just north of Tucson on Tuesday. It was quite a place! Do you remember the research facility back in the early 90's where 8 scientists lived secluded for 2 years? That's ...
... had got up and started driving towards Old Town Arizona. A small town with an Indian trading post where the ladies bought some nice jewelry. The rest of the trip will be spontaneous as we really have not planned much for the trip east. We plan to stay at Ute Lake New Mexico tonight and we are still deciding the best route to get home. - ...
... I thought it was a bone, not sure what it was, but all bones are under the skin, what little of it is left. We had just finished doctoring me up and drying all the tears when a beautiful truck stopped and a man named Joe got out to chat. He was from Iowa. He was heading to Las Vegas NV to meet his brother. He then would be heading through Utah to see some of the national parks. He was planning on going through Boulder. He was fun to talk to. He ...