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... to the school.
And then we were back in 2014, seeking shelter for the night. We found that along the shore of Lake Sumner, where we were treated to a colorful sunset and camped in perfect solitude.
The next morning, we drove along the Old Route 66 to reach Santa Rosa, where Iconic neon signs stood in front of small motor courts and a vintage car museum provided another interesting stop.
... divers jump of the rocks into the clear, blue water. West of Sant Rosa the pre-1937 Route 66 took a northwest direction away from the current interstate but that old alignment is now on private land. It is this old road. I am following via the Santa Fe loop so I had no alternative to the interstate west and then US84 north to Dilia where the old route connected to from Santa Rosa. Just passed Dilia I encountered triple digit ...
... is the well in a room next to the church proper. The dirt from this well provides a cure for all ailments and disabilities. Provided you believe, of course. If it doesn’t work, you obviously don’t believe, or not in the right way. Needless to say, ‘disabled’ parking spots vastly outnumber other parking spots at the Santuario. As proof of the effectiveness of this mud, the little room-with-the-well carries a display of crutches no longer needed ...
... just about four miles from Cimarron.
Stopped at the Philmont Museum and Seton memorial Library which serves as Philmont’s Visitor Center. Exhibits and a film and guides talked about the boy scout experience and how they were given this land in three tracts. Over 237,000 acres here plus the cattle ranch, fishing camp and the private vacation home of Waite Phillips and his family. When you go into the museum you can book a tour of ...
... you about him. The paintings are rather interesting--the big one over the bar has quite a sense of humor.
The lunch was also excellent. I had a grilled roast beef and Swiss cheese sandwich with roasted red pepper. I would definitely eat there again, and I'm likely to recreate the sandwich at home!
After lunch, we went off to the National Park to learn about a Pueblo that was established in the mid-15th century and ...