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What a loooong drive with my best dog friend, Camilla!!! It was such a long and desolate drive to Rio Rancho, but my entrance into the state was somewhat beautiful. I've never seen such blue and red mountains before, I mean these had serious and detailed colors! The train alongside definitely made me feel like I was in New Mexico for sure! What's interesting about the state of New Mexico, is they have pottery along certain ...
... the south side contains restaurants and shops conducive to a university population. Perhaps with a few too many tattoo parlors. But I guess that is the times we are in.
If I haven't said it before, route 66 offers two kinds of attractions: historical and kitschy. The lumberjack belongs to the latter, the KiMo theater to ...
... represent the clouds. These dancers evoke rain and spirits of their ancestors. It was very interesting to hear the a member of the Pueblo Zuni discuss issues regarding loss of language and culture.He outlined that up until about 20 years ago all children and family spoke traditional language. Today many children do not speak fluent Pueblo language, however many strategies are being implemented to retain traditional language and ...
... accepting of extraterrestrial beings than two Asian kids. The drive from there to Albuquerque is boring. The fun of driving in "a cowboy movie" wears away quickly. As such, I have very little to discuss as we spent most of the day complaining about how little we care for this state. We did, however, make some good changes to our plan. ...
... and over 10 pounds) We battled for about 5 minutes with the trout jumping completely out of the river numerous times. He finally got the better of me and broke off my 6X (very small) tippet. I did manage to catch a really big female rainbow and one other which was only about 16 inches.
Stopped at Santa Fe Brewing for some happy hour pints
Ate at La Hacienda in Old Town Albuquerque
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