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... flaky and crisp while also allowing ingredients to cook quickly. The crust will take on a CHARRED appearance. This is a sign of a hot oven... The spots may be black which does not taste bitter, rather taking on a smoky and caramalyzed set of flavors." Even so we sent it back because to us, it tasted only burned.
Tomorrow we will hopefully say goodbye to NM and head home! (otherwise we will toast a third time to "our last night in New Mexico!"
... the Blue Hole is a spring fed sink hole famous with SCUBA divers. I remember hearing about it when I used to dive. It was in Santa Rosa and a little challenging getting the RV there but parking was good and it was a good place to let the dogs out for a minute. The Blue Hole is only 80 feet across at the surface but bells out to over 130 below. The visibility looks great, and the water temperature is always 64. It was so hot were tempted ...
... girl can hope!) Did I mention the wind? It was chilly and windy, so we decided we would take our picnic home and have it for dinner.
We headed through town and decided to try the Frontier Restaurant, which Sonja had also recommended as a fun place to eat. We really enjoyed the experience. The food was good and very reasonable (which always makes George ...
4:00 a.m., breakfast boxes and a bus ride to Balloon Fiesta Park for us. Temperature was 37 degrees when we left so hats, gloves and insulated long underwear were in order. After a Krispy Kreme donut in the hospitality tent, it was off to watch the morning launch. We won't bore you with words - we hope the pictures speak for themselves. It was better than advertised. We were blown away (sorry for the pun) by what we saw. Best part was being on the field ...
... suffer later.
The first part of Route 66 was on the interstate highway. But we saw cracking views along the ride. We loved the area. SF has retained its culture - avoiding high rise buildings or over powering glass sky scrapers! The gov has done a great job in their planning and the properties were all Mexican style flat roofs and clay type build. You ...