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Very nice accommodations. Lacks an elevator. Staff was very friendly.
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... to nice cool weather and a slight breeze. It was really nice. By the time we got up and going, the park had nearly cleared out. When we left, there were only two other people still there. It is clear that this is a stopover spot and not a destination. No matter as it served our purpose.
After doing some window washing, laundry, and other various chores, we were on the road by 10:00 and heading west again. As was the case yesterday, Route ...
... with works from many talented children and adults.
From here we walked around town to see the murals that capture the history of Gallup and to shop in many interesting shops and trading stores. It is amazing to see so many pieces of jewelry, pottery, and other art in one small location. Of course, Clare had to find a bead store and hopes that seeing so much beautiful inspires her to design something special ...
... the only person who could've shed some light on the case was Oswald himself who was killed by Jack Ruby. Ruby's own story is even more confusing. Another important fact is that Governor Connally who was sitting in front of JFK and was also hit by the second bullet has stated that he heard bullets coming from the grassy knoll. Like the events in Manhattan on September 11th, 2001, I think it fairly likely that the government know a lot more than they're letting ...
... towns’ that I know you ‘can’t tell a book by its cover’. The three of us finally convinced Pete we should at LEAST look inside and if it was ‘scary’ we would leave. Once inside we found 50’s era tables and chairs, LOTS of red/white/blue bunting and flags, and dozens upon dozens of ‘chicken’ related items. We had great food and enjoyed the setting.
Friday, June 27, 2014
... As we traveled north the landscape got sparser and sparser and what was amazing is that there was cattle and horses out in the fields. I guess they were grazing but I sure couldn't figure out on what.
The Navajo's run the four corners and there are booths all around that they rent to sell their jewelry, paintings, shirts and other curio's. As you can see from the pictures of the plaques it looks ...