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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 ...
... distinguished herself in our Friendly Helpful American Hall-of-Fame when we asked her directions to our next destination. She'd never heard of it, but re-appeared moments later having looked it up on her phone and found us directions. Bless her!
Said destination was not one for Chelle. I left her quaking outside as I went for a swift turn around the International Rattlesnake Museum in Albuquerque Old Town. Advertised as the largest collection ...
The ‘pull’ out of Phoenix area and into Payson was made more difficult due to the fact the coach was loaded heavy, we were pulling the heavier Explorer (rather than the Jeep Wrangler), we had a steep increase in elevation from Phoenix floor to Payson, AND it was HOTTER THAN HELL. The old Alfa has a top end of 220 degrees for water temp until the warning bell goes off and the ...
... norm. We did get to go downhill some and the weather was great (around 74 when we started out) so we got to save gas by not running the generator.
First stop was the continental divide. If it wasn't for the Indian Trading Post located at the same exit, we would have missed the sign. The divide itself is pretty uneventful. We didn't spill anything to see which ocean the stream headed, so I can't confirm or deny that ...
... going there. I wouldn't even touch it.
Well, not much, anyway.
It made us smile though, as the minute we were out of the park, there were shops and stalls everywhere selling the stuff. And not just small bits, either!
Holbrook was our stopping place for the night, where a few of us were going to be lucky enough to sleep in wigwams!!! The others would be in a boring motel next door....
Driving in, the wigwams were in a sort of ...