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... And then gradually one after the other they ascended into the clear cool morning air and floated gently towards the city. We watched for ages with the many thousands of others wandering around amongst the balloons enjoying every moment. Then finally to beat the queues leaving we headed away and watched as the balloons sailed along beside the highway with us. We drove out of Albuquerque reluctantly. A lot of good times. A lot ...
... immediate ominous hissing began, Chelle asked "Have we got a flat tyre?" and the car responded promptly by flashing on the "Check tire pressure" light. I pulled over immediately (the car did most of the work for me as the flat was dragging me that way anyway) and got out to inspect the damage. Totally flat, and hissing out its last breaths as we watched.
No problems - spare wheel in the trunk, so I busied myself whipping off the broken one and popping ...
... right without a stop at McD so we hit one in Grants for light lunch to go with our car snax and then turned south for a detour to Bandera Volcano Crater and Ice Caves. For a few bucks we walked a few minutes thru a twisted tree forest to an ice cave. We could descend a dozen or so steps into a cave where the ice stays frozen year round and keeps the cave at a constant 31 degrees. Off on ...
... but chose to go back to the RV and kick back. This was the first evening we have were we didn't eat dinner after 9pm. So, we took care of the pups and opened a bottle of wine. Tomorrow is a long driving day, we'll need our rest.
Tomorrow we are headed to Needles, CA just so I can earn another state sticker. Then we backtrack to Kingman where we will stay for 2 nights. Funny what you'll do for a silly sticker.
Homolovi Ruins State Park, Winslow, Arizona is actually on the Hopi Indian Reservation near Winslow, Arizona. In the 14th century an ancient people made a home along the Little Colorado River. These people were called the Hisat'sinom, but are known to archaeologists as the Anasazi. There are four building sites along the Colorado River, but only two are open to the public. Some excavation has been done at the sites, but much remains under ...