Days Inn Gallup East
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... sight walking into the hotel then! Riding through New Mexico is just breathtakingly beautiful. Well, west of Alburquerque it is. East is just flat, boring and soul destroying! But once you hit west, oh wow. My batteries are instantly charged. I just can't keep my eyes off the beauty, especially as we ride with the sun setting and the colours of the rocks are pronounced. Just spectacular. Storms looming too behind us over these giant structures add to the wow ...
... They agreed that the humidity was no fun. They were staying here a couple of days to see some sights in this area before heading to an Airstream (the shiny all metal trailers) rally in Farmington, NM.
After the walk we loaded Harley in the Jeep and headed to check out the town a little bit. Along Route 66, where the park is located, there are dozens of Indian jewelry and gift shops. Cheryl wanted to check them out but since it was Sunday ...
... to say that anything is worth an 11 hour white knuckle drive but, the El Rancho was way cool; lots of history and movie star stuff. We got to stay in a movie starlet's room - Irene Manning, a singing bombshell from the golden age of cinema. Dad thought that was cool; I was just happy to get a good night's sleep.
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... her shop and it was nice to have the time to have a chat with her about how it all came about. I mentioned that Euan is a big fan of Cars and she kindly signed a postcard for him. She has been interviewed by both Billy Connolly and Ewan Mcgregor in the past and she said Ewan was the better interviewer. Apparently Billy was great fun but hardly allowed her to talk and liked to answer his own questions. We went to the Midpoint Cafe next door that used to be owned by ...
... d spend much time at. Expect the unexpected! Another piece of interesting trivia we learned; there is a camel history in this area, the Ranger told us. Apparently at some point prior to the civil war, the Army brought in a group of camels to try them out as pack animals, as the terrain and lack of food and forage for donkeys and horses was scarce. When the civil war broke out, they lost interest and that project was ...