Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder
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... Pear Pops which essentially taste like the ring pops you buy by the seaside in England.
We decided to head back home with one quick stop at the Liquor store, New Mexico being one of those states where you can’t buy alcohol in supermarkets! Once back I set to the task of blogging whilst Hayley and Alex played outside, climbing onto the roof of the house to get some panoramic shots of the area. Then Hayley cooked us a fabulous dinner of chicken wrapped ...
After another soggy evening, woke up around 6.30am in the log cabin. Shower, breakfast and on the road by 8 am we proceed to Roswell and what can only be described as the weirdest museum so far. Roswell UFO museum, this quirky place had conspiracy written all over it, and of you didn't believe in aliens you would after visiting this place! Armed with I foil hats to stop the ...
... Fe splurge next week before we head north to Colorado Springs. The musuem is a terrific spot to visit & we visit Vanessie & the Coyote Cafe. We'll have to toss a coin later. Back to the casita where the blue skies slowly give way to the huge thunderheads that rise daily over the surrounding mountains. The downpour can only be an hour or so away. Enjoy the photos of a quiet Sunday in Santa ...
... After the rain passed, we returned to town for a peek in St. Francis Cathedral, margaritas at Agave at El Dorado Hotel, and The Coyote Grill for drinks and dinner. The Braised Pork and AK Halibut was delicious. Instead of dessert we opted to return to where our day started, the St. Francis Hotel.We walked the ...
... and gathering clouds on the horizon, we chose a higher, more exposed tentsite than we might have normally done on the third night of our trip. While we began the trip with nothing more than a chance of showers, we were treated to a series of thunderstorms featuring pounding rain, accumulating hail and strong wind gusts. Because of the accoustics of the canyon, we could hear the strongest gusts barreling down the ...