Motel 6 Albuquerque - Carlisle
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... up position in a semi circular booth, by the bar and sports screens. I had a school girl cocktail. Andy a corona. Menu looked good, I chose grandpa bens ribs with sweet potatoe chips, Andy had sirloin steak in a roll with onion rings. It didn't take us long to devour the lot. Making most of internet too, sending over our photos for the blog. Andy was approached by a man in a wheelchair, asking if we could spare a couple of bucks, as he'd been a marine. Andy laughed and said ...
... so plentiful in this place!
There were two other "Forests", the Crystal and Jasper Forests, but they had been picked over before the park had been formed in the early 1900s. The next interesting area was "The Teepees." These are two sandstone hills that have been scoured by water and wind into the shape of two teepees. The lines in the teepees are different colored strata. The layers that ...
... s garden was neat. There was also a huge display with several miniature trains. Iris is into trains these days, and both kids loved it.
On Saturday during Iris' nap, I got to take Dean to Petroglyph National Monument. It was awesome to get to spend some time with just Dean, and the trails and petroglyphs were great. He didn't think he would like it after reading about it, but it's one of his favorite stops so far on the trip. He's ...
... who designed the Hermit Rest house and the Bright Angel Lodge. The tower is modern but meant to evoke the American Indian cultures of the southwest. It provides nice views as well as a nice shopping opportunity as you have to walk through the gift shop to get up the tower.
Omar decided to take an unconventional route to Albuquerque via Tuba City and route 264. Normally folks would take 64 to Interstate 40, but 264 is the hypotenuse of ...
We thought we would leave early and catch some sights. Unlike Tucson where we discovered my memory was lacking, I remember almost every corner ever seen in Albuquerque. Well, I did live here almost 10 years, remember?
We discovered a bit of a problem with our hot water pump, but our park comes equipped with a roving mechanic ie: Jack of All Trades. We drove toward the Sandia Mountains, out I-40 to NM 14, up to Madrid. Yes, Madrid, NM! ...