Knights Inn Gallup
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... church of San Estevan, established in 1629 which, with the entire Pueblo has been proclaimed a National Historical Landmark. While in Sky City, walking with a guided tour - the only way one can see it, a dust storm blew up and oh my goodness, talk about being covered in it! One of the major advantages of being on a bike - it can all be blown off and not end up in car seats. Though we did think about the mud bath we would have if caught in the rain and ...
... the meal. They are pig themed and I took a picture because they looked really cool. Oh, Cheryl had a spinach salad and popcorn for her dinner.
After dinner was done, we took Harley for a walk and we saw a couple from Michigan who were walking their labradoodle. They were complaining about the heat here. We told them that we were happy to be here because it wasn’t humid and the heat was tolerable. Besides, it was going to cool way ...
... on our trip today. Dad said that Octavia followed by Quantum was more than quantum sufficit as far as he's concerned.
I could tell he was getting tired and frustrated so, I jumped behind the wheel for a while so he could catch a nap. See, I told you those driving lessons in Doggy Day Camp would come in useful.
Finally, after 11 hours on the road, we arrived at the historic El Rancho hotel in Gallup, and our slow trot was complete. ...
... miles away! We were well and truly off the beaten track here, I had mental images of vultures eating my eyeballs and that. Like a mirage in the distance an esso garage appeared and I breathed a sigh of relief and filled up the Mustang. It was more of a Dustang by now, completely covered in dust it had gone from shiny blue to a greyish purple.
Now well into the state of New Mexico we eventually arrived in the town of Tucumcari. We were staying at the ...
... and his motor home.
While not a big drag racing fan, I always liked John. I worked professional motorsports for years and it was mostly NASCAR with a few NHRA, IMSA, and Indy Car races thrown in. I worked with a lot of famous people, who were one person on TV (usually quite well liked), and another when the camera wasn't on. John Force was EXACTLY the same guy you saw on TV. Sometimes full of **** and noisy, sometimes a ...