Holiday Inn Express Bernalillo
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... I’m getting pooped. It is mostly up and down winding stairs and maybe the altitude (7000 feet above sea level) is getting to me. We rest for a while and then decide to take the short cut back through the forest. This is a good idea since we start to hear thunder rolling through the canyon and see the lightening. I of course am not amused, Guenther on the other hand has this silly grin. He loves thunder and lightning storms. I’m thinking this will end up on ...
... the century and more recent decades. There was also a display of Indian jewellery. We then headed back near our hotel to the Old town, centred around a Central Park. Here we walked around and were disappointed to find only boutiques and shops, different from Sante Fe where there were other cultural items nearby that you could explore. With the heat zapping our energy and with no interest in galleries or more souvenier shops, we headed back to the car. ...
... in California. Since then I have been to an additional 11 states for a total of 24 - half the number of continental states. I expect to add a couple more states before I'm back in the Chicago area at the end of October.
I'm now in warm and sunny Albuquerque and have spent the first night at our classmate Diane's charming house. Rita and I also visited in May. ...
... feet across was carved into this once-flat rocky plain of AZ.
This area, which was ruled NOT a meteor base from its first sighting in 1886 by a sheepherder; remained 'free pickens' to anyone in the area until the US Government declared it 'de facto' meteor-created terrain in 1927! Then, on the verge of the economic collapse of The Great Depression, the US government granted a ...
... Cochiti is on the west side of the lake and Tetilla Peak on the east side. Cochiti seems to be more developed and has the boat ramp and a pueblo and beautiful golf course just a mile or two passed the campground. You can see this dam as you are driving up route 22 to the campground and it looks like just a wall of dirt. It is one of the ten largest earth fill dams in the US and World. The lake and dam are surrounded by a ...