Step Back Inn
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... and the lake itself. We got some decent shots of the moon and of the sunset. As usual, they are at Flickr, which I'm sure, by now, you can find by yourselves. If not, we're here to help.
This area is one of the most beautiful we have ever visited. The red rocks, the junipers and the cacti add up to a place to put on one's bucket list. I have been following Abiquiu on Facebook and that's how we got here. See ...
Pic 35 - Big Bed: Nice room which I have messed up in short order bringing everything I could off the bike so it won't get wet tonight. Here's hoping for dry weather in the am.
Pic 36 - End of Day Miles: That's it for the day. 498 miles including driving 20 to Shiprock, NM where the people there have not enough sense to have a single hotel! I had to backtrack to Farmington 20 miles to bed down! The clerk here said they aren't allowed to warn ...
... up. In fact this was an extremely rare time, because all 4 Aussie members of our direct family were to be in the USA at the same time!
I now had about a week until I was due to pick up Mel in Tucson, but Kate had kindly left me with a nice chest infection, so I spent the next 2 of them laid out in a New Mexico hotel. While in town I did manage to drag myself out of bed for a few hours to check out the nearby World Heritage listed "Aztec ...
... Indiana. The Salmons built their home here and discovered the ruins of a site built by emigrants from the Chaco Culture area just south of here. Luckily for us the Salmon family recognized the importance of this site and protected it for future generations. You can see the visitor center on top of the hill, and the amphitheatre in front of the old Salmon home.
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... because we were misbehaving. He left us in the houses to do our own thing. My sisters and I said that we would start to behave more. One way is that instead of yelling at each other we could talk to each other. Also on the rest of the hike me, and my sisters weren't walking with my dad, and my sister Katelyn would not move until we walked a side trail. We tried talking to her, but the only thing she would say is "I ...