Los Lunas Inn & Suites
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... Desert along the way and made a last minute decision to turn back in and see it. As you might recall, we were there on a very cloudy day and the colors were quite muted. Today they were quite beautiful with vibrant colors of pinks and reds.
This road was a 4 lane highway with a speed limit of 75 most of the time. This was the most thruway driving we have done in a long time as we tend to pick two lane scenic roads whenever possible. From Gallup NM on we were following ...
... 30 and leave with a full propane tank.
It has been a frustrating, painful process dealing with the propane. But we will keep this additional tank as an emergency to prevent this crisis in the future. I still plan to “deal” with Redwood on this.
We remind ourselves that we are thankful for our gypsy lives and all the blessings that we have. We will live and continue to learn. ...
... where where only the sign remains. We got to see these in slow motion as the traffic was moving soooo slow. We realised later on that the road had been closed off for the annual pride festival, and that as we were trying to come through they were clearing the barriers and cleaning up. We did have a destination in mind - a so called concrete cowboy. This was a large cowboy made of concrete from the waist up - just sitting in a parking lot. The Route ...
... her grandkids, felt sorry for her really, she was well into the museum, he was just a grump.
After the museum we took the empty road again and started to head toward Texas, we would be stopping of at a place called Fort Stockton, a little town just of the highway. Thought we'd live it up and go for a Chinese all you can eat buffet, well I say all you can eat that was a lie. I had 2 plates and then the woman came up and them away put the bill down, she wanted shut of us ...
... in Albuquerque the bus I needed was just waiting outside so I got in line for it . A huge pueblo Indian guy leant forward and gave me a free bus ticket. Just use it, he said ! So I got on board and sat upfront looking out for my intersection with Washington st .. 10 minutes into the journey a young guy got on and started asking the driver for free ride ..' I just got outta jail, man' and held up his wrist ...