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... not find them at all. After three attempts at following the instructions on the website we gave up and made our way out to the Bonanza Ranch.
We ended up trespassing on someone’s private property before finding the actual location of the Film Set, only to be told that you had to organise tours in advance. So then we went off towards El Rancho de las Golondrinas, a museum/ranch from the 1800s. It was closed as it was out of season. At this point Hayley broke ...
... Were able to get a seat fairly quickly at the bar, ordered some food and drink and then settled back to watch all the goings on.
There were many different costumes around, some very clever and others from the costume shop but it did seem that most people were having a very good time. Did get out and dance a few rounds and headed for home. Oh, what were we? Freddy Kruger lite, and sister of Spider Woman!!!!!
... in Dundee to complete my Air Cadet Pilot Scholarship, and the fact that it was all paid for by the RAF. Over here, after their first five flights, they have to pay for any more that they do. In the respect, we are very lucky in the UK when flying is concerned (apart from the weather, groundings etc).
After this we went up into the mountains, where the terrain suddenly changes from desert to forest. Up here we had a look ...
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... and I spent a lot of time pretending we could afford the silver belt buckles, art work and jewelry. I guess we could afford a few things, but I draw the line at a $2,000 cowboy hat. I'm sure I would ruin it first rain.
I hope you don't mind a photo essay on Santa Fe. The doors, the adobe, the wide porches that provide shade. Santa Fe has some of the oldest buildings in the U.S. The ...