Howard Johnson Rio Rancho / Albuquerque North
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... enough but it could have been planned differently. With, perhaps, a few nights in the surrounding area. I feel like I need to return. To say I saw Australia after spending a week in Cairns is like saying you have visit the USA when all you visit is Washington D.C, That would hardly be a real taste of the country. The same is true for this visit and the unanimous decision is that, like a boomerang, I must indeed return ...
Time to start getting ready for a trip to the Land Down Under. I leave in such a short while. My suitcase is not packed in the literal sense but I have packed and repacked, unpacked and sorted in my mind a dozen times already and I haven't even done the laundry. To be totally honest: I haven't even found a suitcase.
Am I ready? I have several pairs of capris and even some new shirts. My camera is working and my passport arrived so anything I ...
... pictures of Saguaro cactus with a blue lake as the back drop. Plenty of people were on the lake boating, water skiing and swimming - all trying to escape the high temperatures, I imagine.
Soon we arrived at the old west settlement of Tortilla Flat. We've been here before and remembered the wonderful prickly pear ice cream! We couldn't pass by without stopping for this great ice cream. We sat on a bench outside and with the old rustic ...
... the most part, between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, designated NM 14. One of the towns along the way, Madrid, has been transformed into a miniature Santa Fe. We didn't stop here, but continued onto Albuquerque to continue our Route 66 adventure.
The Turquoise Trail intersects with I-40 a few miles east of the city. We stayed on ...
... preferred places to live, the Sedona area would rank pretty highly.
We set out at a nice late 10am and headed over to meet with my Aunt Mindy and Uncle Frank at a local Starbucks. I haven't seen them in years so it was really nice to catch up with them. After that, we headed out and set off through the National Forest with red rocks all around. Breathtaking. After we passed through Flagstaff though, it got significantly less beautiful and more brown. We were going to ...