Howard Johnson Albuquerque East
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... so plentiful in this place!
There were two other "Forests", the Crystal and Jasper Forests, but they had been picked over before the park had been formed in the early 1900s. The next interesting area was "The Teepees." These are two sandstone hills that have been scoured by water and wind into the shape of two teepees. The lines in the teepees are different colored strata. The layers that ...
... day worked out.
Speaking of postcards, I just remembered a "teachable moment" from our time in Fort Worth. Dean was picking out postcards and thought the one with a longhorn that said "Horny in Texas" would be a good one to send to his friends. He didn't understand why we were laughing when we said no, so we quickly added some sex education to his homeschooling curriculum.
I'll leave you with that. Tomorrow we're off to Arizona.
... breakfast started with a picture with Mickey in his lifeguard outfit. He was really cute and since we saw him in his Hawaiian outfit at Aulani we were glad to see his lifeguard outfit. We were seated at our table and soon after Stitch stopped by for a visit followed by Minnie Mouse. After lots of pictures with these two characters we set off to get our food. Choices!! There was so much food. At one station there were Mickey waffles, Minnie pancakes, oatmeal ...
... my ride began thankfully! I was so relieved. My horse was named Beau, and mostly I didn't have to do anything, Beau just followed the other horses along the trail. He was pretty funny though, scoffing at me whenever I did try and direct him. He probably knew I had no idea what I was doing lol! We stopped along the trail, got off the horses and went down a short but steeply downhill walk to go into this cave that we had to crouch down sometimes, avoid pools of water and ...
... reason refused to come in even after she felt how warm the water was. It wasn't worth the fight, with a 2 year old we know to choose our battles! We hated to get out knowing the hike we had ahead of us but we had a big talk about staying positive and "thinking you can". We trekked up and up the trail heading back to the truck and everyone (meaning Bruce and Aimee!) kept it together! The ...