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... up and made the trees so magical looking!
Because we were up there early, we were able to stop several times and take a look at the aspens in all their glory. Got to the top and got out and looked down over the city of Santa Fe and were once again reminded of one of the many reasons we are so happy we are here!
As we headed down, ...
... it certainly was a little bracing initially but we soon got over that and revelled in the cool, luxurious waters.
After drying off we drove down the main street of Santa Rosa and came across the Route 66 Auto Museum. As we were taking some photos outside, a couple drove up in the most beautifully restored Cadillac car and parked right next to us. We got chatting to them and discovered that they were actually the owners of the Museum and the husband ...
... many on Indian reservations
Breakfasted at home. Boring today, but tomorrow I make the food. Could be hero or zero. Only time will tell.
First stop was the Saturday Market by the railroad station. Lottsa beautiful produce and jostling people. Very similar to the ones out our way. Have a look at the pics and play the short videos of the ...
... for it. Harry went down to the track to put his ear on the rail and also to put a quarter on the rail to create a souvenir. The train took ages and ages to come - that was how fast we had shot up the road, but come it did, with its lights blaring, curving round a bend to enter the cutting. We pumped our arms up and down with clenched fists at the driver (as you would do to pull the old fashioned steam whistle) and he responded by pulling on his horn. Excellent! It took us a little time ...
... s in the parking lot. It was free but now that they have a self check booth just like Juniper CG, It costs $10 but once campers find out about it the price might change. The shuttles come to this visitor center so if you have an oversized RV you might want to stay here. Juniper Cg is about 8 miles away from visiting Los Alamos driving 4 west than 501 – one of the best ways to get into the city. You will have to go through security to get to ...