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- Woke up, here is another day of traveling!
- I picked up a few more snacks and drinks at a nearby chevron, and filled up my tank
- I wasn't in too much of a hurry, so I decided to start a new book; The Screwtape Letters by CS Lewis
- After reading for a bit, I got on the road and headed for Lovington, NM while ...
... areas, a combined 30,400 acres. All three units were given the important designation by Congress in 1975. From a low of 17 individual cranes on the refuge in 1940, the wintering population of sandhills is up to 17,000.
Sandhill cranes (Grus Canadensis) move among several areas of the refuge throughout the day to feed, rest, and socialize. Social behavior includes at least ten different types of calls, various threatening postures, ...
... practice our navajo as taught to us by Travis Manuelito. (see previous blog!!)
eventually we hit the I40, and take that all the way to about 30 miles east of Flagstaff, then a small road takes us the few miles out into the dessert to see the Barringer crater. some 50,000 years ago a lump of iron about 50 meters across impacted in the desert just here and left a crater 1,200 metros across and 170 meters deep. the impact was so ...
... was from Maryland and was riding a BMW 1200GS. We chatted for a while and then continued towards Socorro.
Mall this is for you we stopped at Pie Town yes that is its name.
We had a beautiful roast tomato soup with zuchinni and roasted red peppers it was divine.
We had no room for pie at this time but we took it away and ate it when we got to the ...
... a block off the main road, and lots of cute old fashion Southwestern buildings dotted the pedestrian friendly street.
Eventually we headed back to the room and decided to go have some New Mexican cuisine at the Mexican diner next to the hotel called "El Camino". It was a very old school diner with a authentic Mexican twist, which I found fun, refreshing, and enjoyable. The food was quite yummy and I even saw a Tech ...