Inn At Paradise
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Wrong time of year for the hot air balloon festival, darn! Another cold night & morning, but promising to be a beautiful day as we head south to the Salinas Pueblo Missions, lived there over 300 years ago by the Pueblo Indians and the Spanish Franciscan monks. Visited the Abo and Gran Quivira Missions.
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... off the slides; but he will need chip off the inch thick ice that is under the snow. If he doesn't get the ice off the slides, they very likely will not close and if they do close; the ice that is left could easily destroy the slide seals. So, without any concern for his own life… he climbs up on the snow packed 5th wheel roof. I am always so concerned that he is going to fall off that roof. Today it is even worse because I know it ...
... It soon got your toes tapping and drew you in with its theatrical light performances. When I was young and my neighbours always wanted to be cowboys, I was always happiest to be an indian. Might have been one in a previous life? It was the most glorious afternoon/early evening - still beautifully warm, great atmoshphere, gorgeous surroundings. Quite a treat. From Albuquerque we had decided to drive towards Acoma, or as nearby as possible, so we could visit the ...
... the storm ended and he went into his bed. I’m hoping he’ll start getting used to it. If not it’ll be an interesting summer!!
Today we split into boys and girls sightseeing adventures. Pete and Harlan went to Camping World and then Unser’s Racing Museum. Judy and I drove to Old Town Albuquerque. Albuquerque was founded in 1706. Originally built around a square, as the town grew, buildings were constructed to surround ...
... a house! To give you a bit of perspective on the massive size of this crater - if you put 20 football fields in the center and around the rim had 2 million people viewing the games, that's how large this hole in the ground really is. It's hard to fathom when you are looking at it, and the photos just don't show the depth and width of this amazing place.