Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Albuquerque North I-25
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... them for a long time, just lost in the"glow."
And then...it was over.
The weekend was an unforgettably and "up-lifting" experience…and it was wonderful to share it with our new extended family. I also want to thank Shona. The CF card from my camera was corrupted, so Shona provided me with her photos of the Evening Glow.
Stay tuned for tomorrow...
... inscriptions have been left by
many cultures. Over the centuries
travelers have stopped at the wall to camp and drink from the pool of water at
the base of the cliff. First came the
ancient pueblo cultures that left their petroglyphs on the wall, then came the Spaniards
who carved their messages into the wall, next came the explorers from the east,
the U.S. Military, and finally the settlers moving westward, all of who left
Alarm goes off at 6:00 a.m., but we sleep another 30 minutes. I'd be happy to stay here today—just relaxing in the RV, but we need to get on the road. Sun coming up over the plains---lots of orange and blue in the sky. Pretty---then the heat of the day comes and that’s it. It’s pretty cool, so we run without A/C during my shift. Pretty uneventful drive---Texas roads are actually very good. There are a couple of bumps ...
Dateline: Albuquerque, we stopped at Walmart yesterday afternoon to get some work done and set up for the show. Last night about 2 hours before the show the generator started making some strange noises. I thought to myself, self, what would happen if you just choose to ignore the strange sounds? I tried for awhile but had visions of the generator ******** out in the middle of ...
... our day at Yosemite and see as much of the park as possible. We hiked to Nevada Falls along the John Muir Trail which took about 2 hours.
John Muir was born in Scotland but travelled to America and fell in love with the wilderness area that later became Yosemite National Park. John Muir was a passionate conservationist and he founded a group in order to protect the land at Yellowstone and keep it as wilderness. Later he was heavily involved ...