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... us up
and Michelle was worried we might get washed down into the lake. Ha ha………
We did a lot of driving the next day as we went
into Texas at
about noon. Later there was a Border Patrol check point, all vehicles had to
stop and we had to show our passports. I guess they where checking for
illegal’s from ...
... was too big a town to find her easily—especially as we were in a hurry to get to Santa Fe and see people there.
But when I turned into Estancia, I realized I was going down the main street—and that may very well be the only street in Estancia. There was a Wells Fargo- Kathryn had to go in there- and I mentioned I had a friend who lived in Estancia. "Oh, Dr Linda? Of course, we all know her! She is the doctor!" And it turns out ...
... in Albuquerque we are going to stop at a Camping World to see if Jared can get the parts to fix the hydraulic piece and what can be done about the door.
Anyway like I said we are heading to Albuquerque tomorrow. My parents and Shannon are flying in on Tuesday so we wanted to get set up at a campground tomorrow before they get here and clean up the RV some so their luggage will fit in with all of our stuff. I can't wait for them to get ...
... Lee Memorial Sate Park where we got a campsite for the night. The shower block was out of use due to renovation and the only facility available to us was a 'natural' vault toilet full of flies. We managed to get the tent up before dark but ended up cooking our dinner in the pitch black under invasion from some very angry ants. We ate dinner sat in the car to avoid the night time bugs feeling very sorry for ourselves.
After we had woken we packed up and headed out on the ...
So we struck out at about 11 am and reached the first of the missions by early afternoon. We brought the dogs, which are allowed on leash, and some snacks and water. The sites are spectacular. The first (Abo)to was about a 1/2 mile walk to reach the actual site. The buildings were made of sandstone. The architecture itself if beautiful with ...