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We were up fairly early the next day, reluctantly on my part, to catch the "Rail runner" train to Santa Fe.
Santa Fe is the capital of New Mexico and one of its oldest towns. It is about an hour by train from Albuquerque, an easy jump for about $10.
On the way, our hosts, Mr and Mrs Asher filled us in on the various pueblos we were passing along the way. Being the morning person that I am, I promptly fell asleep for most of the trip, except for the ...
... br> We took Rte 77 from Show Low to Tucson. This was a very scenic drive along a winding road which included canyons, overlooks and pink and yellow cliffs. It sort of reminded me of Wyoming in some areas.
We arrived Tucson about 11:30am and ate at In N Out Burger, which is another chain we don’t have at home. We all got cheeseburgers and fries. The food was good, but not overwhelmingly so. It is a plus that all orders are made to order.
We arrived at our hotel, ...
We were up nice and early again for a 7am breakfast and then heading off to the white water rafting. We were told it was going to be low class 3 rapids abut it should be a good time for it due to having a bit rain around Durango lately, and the Colorado river flooding as well. We had the option of hiring a wet suit for the trip, so glad that I did because it was so cold, although the worst part was the feet being wet and cold, it was painfully cold. It was ...
... we finished off the 5 lb mountain pie.
We still had a long drive so after eating started heading home. We realized we still had a chocolate bar we had been carrying with us the entire trip. We decided the candy bar was much like Flat Stanley - visiting so many places. I guess we were all just a bit sleep deprived...We arrived late but happy to have had such an incredible and special 4th of July trip.
... Greg - Quiche du Jour - daily quiche served with salad
Grandparents ; Wienerschnitzel - breaded, boneless cutlet, sauteed and served with assorted German salad and fried potatoes.
We continued home listening to Christmas audio books and music. Although this trip was over, we are just beginning this wonderful, incredible blessed Christmas season and look forward to all the blessings in store in the days ahead!