Holiday Inn Express Bernalillo
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... Amber will tell you... one of my favorite sayings... "This isn't a crisis. I have had crisis; and trust me this isn't it!"
OK, now let me talk about the New Mexico weather... which somehow had slipped my memory from previous visits. We had several days that the wind chill was -10 or lower. Not to mention 50mph wind gusts one day. Several other ...
I realize I have a little catching up to do :) We arrived in Albuquerque on the 9th and spent the next week at my mom's parents house. My grandparents....Kaitlyn's great-grandparents...4 generations in 1 home. We really spent this week just enjoying our family, which means I didn't stop to write every day, so I am going to sum it all up in one post.
Our first full day there, Wednesday, was pretty lazy. In the morning we washed clothes and ran ...
... with scrubland. It is a wake free lake and sailing and wind surfing are popular. There are four loops two with electric and water and two without. Buffalo Loop with electric and water seems to be the most popular and was filled when we arrived on Memorial Day to our site. Checkout time is at 2, so we had to wait until our site was vacant. There are some sites that look over the lake and most have a view of some part of the ...
... the best guacamole and margueritas we've ever had. We also split an order of enchiladas that were out if this world! While we were there we met this great couple from Ohio that we thoroughly enjoyed conversing with. The most interesting thing about our meal though was that they included French garlic bread. I had to take a picture because who would believe that? We are definitely looking forward to spending a whole day in Sante Fe ...
... Spanish settlers. It was then called the Camino de Real, part of the Jornado del Muerte (journey of death) between Mexico City and Pueblo City, NM. We are going into Albuquerque tomorrow to check out their annual beer festival then have the RV looked at on ...