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... the roads. We stopped often, finding parking lots crowded with people happy to sit back and enjoy the show. There were many special shaped balloons from a giant scarecrow to a soccer ball, stagecoach, dinosaur, boot, tea cup... and lots more. We found two great places along the Rio Grande River, getting out to walk and admire the balloons.
Hours later it was time to return to the hotel... and as it turns out, begin the real adventure. Not having my organized and very ...
... people have gardens that are low maintenance and these seem a way to add additional interest.
We moved back towards town and stumbled across an Ansel Adams exhibition at one of the galleries. We’d come across his work from our time in Yosemite as he has taken some truly iconic black-and-white images of National Parks across America, so we knew this was something we would like to see. The exhibition featured a couple of ...
A 280 mile leg from Oklahoma to Albuquerque crossing Texas into New Mexico. The city is the 32nd largest in the US and straddles the very famous Rio Grande river (all you John Wayne lovers out there will remember the film if you like a good old fashioned western!). The city is 5,500 ft above sea level situated in the Sandia Mountain range, which probably explains why Anita and I had a banging headache last night! The old Route 66 literally runs parallel along our whole journey with just ...
... to get an appreciation of nature and conservation and preservation.
We took three hikes in the park and saw some wonderful examples of petroglyphs.
Day 329 - The Museum of Natural History and Science, Albuquerque. The kids love dinosaurs, especially Trent the 7year old. He was definitely in his element here. Lars enjoyed that but was more interested in the science exhibits, so it worked out well for both.
... girl can hope!) Did I mention the wind? It was chilly and windy, so we decided we would take our picnic home and have it for dinner.
We headed through town and decided to try the Frontier Restaurant, which Sonja had also recommended as a fun place to eat. We really enjoyed the experience. The food was good and very reasonable (which always makes George ...