Inn At Santa Fe
Travel Blogs from Santa Fe
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... br> There's never been a better time – it's not too early, it's not too late.
We may never pass this way again, they say.
Yeah, yeah Tricky, let's show them some love.
Welcome to Detroit.
Anywhere is home.
Gary, Indiana trips along softly on the tongue,
And it looks like you're going to have to see me again, Illinois.
Chicago that toddling town. I love it, lose ...
... to see either on the back of a truck on or on a ship. Seems to be a less expensive way to ship the goods! And, we kept seeing signs for the Historic Route 66.
As we neared Albuquerque, we started to see the southwestern motif with the teal and salmon colors even on the overpasses. The overpasses even had ornate metal swirls on them.
We also saw more than the usual number of license plates for veterans: Vietnam ...
... dwellings due to the weather so will have to be content with what we did get to see.
So, after collecting a few boxes to mail back more goodies to lighten the load on the bikes ( a great excuse anyway), we packed them up and headed into the town to post them and have lunch with the Aussies. We had a great meal and a lot of laughs so it was a nice way to spend the ...
... to have a drink and food as the owner was so welcoming and friendly. Coffee for Gill and a tea for me. We shared a slice of Mid Point Cafe Signature Pie - it was chocolate and pecan with chocolate sauce, ice cream, cream and a cherry on top! It was amazing!!!!!! Whilst here, we also found out that the cattle feed station at Wildorado actually had 28,000 cattle there!!!!!!!! I wouldn't fancy mucking those bad boys out! Our next stop was at another ...