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... and beautiful countryside, cities and villages. The afternoon we drove to Gallup which is on the border of New Mexico and Arizona. We got a suite with a hot tub to reward Mommy for driving over halfway across the country.....the back needs a massage. I am heading into the jacuzzi now and Ian is heading to the Casino......talk to you all ...
... was filmed in 1946, portraying troubled boys from the city who are placed there to live, work and learn. Cal Farley is known to many as this country's "Greatest Foster Father". He founded Boys Ranch in 1939 as a place where a youngster could find a "shirttail to hang onto".
Today, Cal Farley''s Boys Ranch offers a nurturing structured ...
We didn't get out as early as I hoped as we were having a three way skype with the following people:
Sister in Law Jen
Archie the Dog
Megan the Dog
It was a bit manic, especially crazy Eddie who doesn't appear to have ever skyped before and couldn't stop waving.
We headed out to the Cadillac Ranch just outside of Amarillo and it was just as you picture it. So here are some ...
... your own accent). 3 men asking to enter a closed establishment wouldn't make ME nervous, but who knows-I am sure they looked kind. So they walked back, got the car and went through the DRIVE-thru thus we had dinner after 1 AM. We made it to Santa Fe on Sunday, where we had authentic food for supper (and before 10 PM). Emi earned her Jr Ranger badge at Pecos Natl. Park (an ancient Pueblo ruin) and we will soon be on the way toTaos NM.
Love and ...
Our next stop was kind of determined by recommendation, we have been speaking to Larry and he told us about the Palo Duro Canyon which wasn't too far from the refuge, although not south, we decided it might be worth a look. So having chosen a campground we headed for Amarillo. Do you know the way …? We do!
This journey takes us into Texas for the third time since we began RVing, but we haven’t been to Amarillo ...