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Thanks to the Santa Fe Bus system we were able to hop on and off the bus and make our way around the Railyard and Downtown area dropping off posters and enjoying the scenery as we went.
... Chocolate House – salted caramel chocolate and green chile chocolate, and chocolate elixirs The tour was within a 3-4 block radius of the Santa Fe Plaza. It was a great way to try some different dishes and learn a little about Santa Fe.
And, speaking of small worlds, another couple, Ethel and Mike Hiraga, were on the tour with us. Turns out that they are from San Jose, California. Well, Ethel is originally ...
... to slow a little - the Trike aqua planned and was pushing into the next lane with incoming traffic so apart from having a bike wash, I didn't quite get to have a swim with the Trike. Julie went in, perhaps a little faster and a wall of water drenched her but was ok and Karl behind who did well. So in all, it was a bit unexpected but we are all ok.
The weather deteriorated with flash flood messages going to all ...
... and finally a wandering carpenter showed up at the door with his tools looking for work. He completed a spiral staircase with no supports and no nails. He didn't say goodbye when he left, or collect any payment and the nuns efforts to track him down proved futile. Legend has it, the man was Saint Joseph in flesh, the patron saint of carpentry. To this day, the staircase perplexes architects and building experts as to how it was built and how it is still standing. ...
... by a couple we have met wolf watching that coming in June is a great time to see all the young animals as well.
So, what was keeping us from heading up there? Well, nothing. So we packed and loaded up and headed out on Monday afternoon. We have learned from experience that it is better to break up the trip into two to three days depending on the what we feel like doing.