Inn At Paradise
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Got up for bags to coaches to drop horse riders and rafters off. We decided to have a relaxing day in town and explore so obviously found a Starbucks. Sitting outside with a coffee in the morning was lovely where we both wrote our postcards for home. We wandered to the post office and on our way found a sweet shop and ended up with cola slushies. ...
... some digital and has the same camera as Laurie.....so they adapt as well.
We ride up and down Central Avenue (Route 66 through Albuquerque) and take photos of some of the signs in the daylight. We check out old places and just take it all in. There were some cool ones! Then we noticed the sky to our west.
Heavy weather is building...and as Heather says.........the weather out here is dramatic. Large clouds are looming and we can't ...
... people to walk on the sidewalk, it was hard to do because people were queing out of some of the bars. A busy little street.
Day 31 - 21st October 2013
Today was a bit of a right off day, after having a few to drink last night and after all the driving, today was just about chilling out. Watched a few episodes of Derren Brown of my hard drive and a bit of Jerry Springer on TV. What a load of garbage that is.
Caught something on the news here aswell about ...
... It did this off and on for pretty much the entire 3 weeks. We also took a 3 hour road trip down south to Alamogordo to visit White Sands National Park. These are miles of white sand dunes that basically formed over hundreds of year from blowing minerals that came from the water in the mountains from what I understood. The sand is so soft and white it is blinding. But it is not hot to the feet because the certain mineral it is made out of does not hold heat. So ...
... of basalt black rock in original volcanic forms that were etched by the Puebloan Natives some 700-2000 years ago. It's difficult to imagine something etched with primitive stone cutting tools surviving the weather elements for eons. We were rather delighted it was 85 degrees, and not the normal summer temps. What a wonderful educational, outdoor experience.
We rested up and then to Buca ...