Hacienda del Cerezo
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... one of them said excuse me, stepped off his skateboard, walked around us and then when they were clear of us, stepped back on and skateboarded off. We stood there open-mouthed and marvelling at how polite people were here in small town America. If that had been the UK they would have pretty much ran us over and then given us a mouthful of abuse for getting in their way!!
Feeling buoyed by our enjoyable visit to Las Vegas NM we pressed on to our ...
... We started to get hungry so it was time to go over to the Railyard District for Tomasitas New Mexican Restaurant. There was a line out the door even before they opened, glad we came when we did. Noreen had the Chicken Bowl and lightly buttered sopapitas. I had their blue plate with ...
... history, and well explained and displayed. There was a room about WW II where they talked about Los Alamos, and about the place where the scientists, and all involved in the Manhattan project, went and were "disappeared" to los Alamos to work on the secret project. We saw the plaque on the wall of the building, which is now a shop... In the same building there was a cowboy exhibition, and the ticket also took us to the Governors' Palace. So ...
... This is the second largest canyon in the US (the first being the Grand Canyon) and it was breathe-taking. There was once a native settlement around the canyon and settlements had lived there over 5 million years ago. The area here is incredibly peaceful - we parked up at some viewpoints and went exploring (I tried to find rattlesnakes whilst Sunny took photos) you could hear a cocktail of sounds from crickets, snakes and birds, much to ...
... corner) in the road ahead.
We also yahooed when we saw that first bit of straight rode, unbelievable we thought but then another straight, and another.
Anyway early in the day we saw the Cadillac ranch and managed to paint a LINZ sign on the car with a rather fetching fluorescent green koru and had our photo taken, always thinking of work you know!
Then it was on to the Blue Swallow motel for lunch a met a really nice ...