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... time to show you what New Mexico looked like many years ago, Another favourite for the family was the science room where (unfortunately) there were live snakes, xylottols, turtles, and other creatures. I was brave enough to go in (because I checked and all the snakes were sleeping) and we had lots of fun looking at things through their microscopes. We were encouraged to check out our fingerprints, leaves, feathers, stones and rocks, bones, snake skin (skipped that one). ...
... Of course that gave the girls time in the shop and I think that Paola found another shirt she liked. Noela was promptly coat tailed by me and we headed for Albuquerque to get rooms organised for the night.
With a choice of two routes we headed for a minor highway and were making reasonable time, as we rounded a bend we read the location sign "Madrid" I joked about it being the Madrid of Wild Hogs fame, and sure enough ...
... Volcanos that formed the basin of Albuquerque and to the foot hills of the Sandia Mountain and visited the casino. We enjoyed driving the beautiful streets and seeing the different styles of homes. The gear shifter on my bike broke and could not be fixed so I had to buy a new bike. What fun finding the right one! The four days here went quickly.
... After finding some lunch at a place called the library bar and grill where all the servers were dressed in lets just say naughty librarian outfits leaving little to the imagination. We walked out to the old town hoping to see the rattlesnake museum but it was shut due to the guy being sick. We wandered around old town took a few photos had ice cream and decided an early night wouldn't hurt.
Well with old lady snoring our morning was very early, ...
First stop was the Petroglyph National Monument, which is actually inside of Albq. NM. We did a 2.2 mile trail to see the rock pictures left by native americans 300-400 years ago. Very interesting...although the pictures are not easy to see and people have been adding to them, so it is not always easy to see the original glyphs from the originals.
Interesting side note is that after visiting, Carolyn and I now ...