Isleta Resort & Casino
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... lot, the whole time sure I was going to get mugged, and started taking some pictures and a woman walked toward me and asked what I was doing and we talked about the super moon and of course, she said she ran out of gas and asked me for money, and I could see her drunken boyfriend or whatever sitting against the Denny's. Lovely downtown Grants.
I got into the Denny's and asked for a beer, but guess what? Denny's doesn't serve beer in New Mexico!!! I'm not in California ...
... see the gas gauge going down $$
We had to pull over and drive the old route 66 through Tucumcari, NM - they said on the sign that we had to .. so we did.. it was very cool, felt like we stepped back in time. All the motels were in good condition and probably looked just like they did in the 50s. The 'famous' Blue Swallow Motel was there as well. It was well worth the quick detour.
Next stop was the Blue Hole. ...
... have just gone to Disney, he was actually upset that no one told him that was an option.
And that's how I ended up driving 11 hours from our home in Monument, Colorado to a hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We checked in just as everyone in the lobby was shouting, Happy New Year! and downing their drinks. Not the most exciting New Year I have ever spent, but I mean, I finished a book in the car so...there's ...
... then finally the U.S government in 1847. This was as sad a story as "Bury My heart at wounded Knee" (please read it if you haven't). Once again, we were embarrassed for all white people in their "mans inhumanity to man".
Our field trip was to the Pueblo Indian Cultural Center. We were surprised to find that the Carlisle Indian School in Carlisle, PA was the model for the ...
Went to Wally World and got a cable for Lynn's camera...now I have a happy camper who can take her own pictures to post. The pictures are all along Rte 550 that runs from Bernalilo, NM way up into Colorado. We followed it as far as Durango, CO and then went onto 160 over to Cortez, CO. You will note are great variety of different kinds of scenery ...