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... and stopping at the Target Tree Camping Area (once an important Indian camp - hence its name) in the San Juan NF.
From Durango (a town we visited in 2012 - it has a great steam train trip to Silverton) we followed the Animas River south, crossing the state Line into New Mexico. On the banks of the Animas near the town of Aztec we went to the Aztec Ruins National Monument. This is also a World Heritage Site but is really misnamed as the Aztecs were never here, ...
... the grand canyon tomorrow. God showed us the most amazing thing while driving west on 40. we hit it just right so that we saw the sun set completly 6 times! once before i was driving on 40 near the tenn line and saw it set 4 times. my first real regret is that we were within 20 miles of where forrest fenn buried or hid 1 mil+ worth of treasure and i didnt remember it until we left. dang it! on a side note when you are hiking among mt lions and coyotes tote the ...
... majorly huge changes and I won't be able to go through them without feeling the feelings. Well, I guess I could, but it sure would go against the point of what I am working on.
I can feel sad and continue doing things, I don't have to hide away in my room.
I have a wonderful network of friends and family to lean into that supports my highest good, no matter where I am or what I am feeling.
I could have just ordered Mac and Cheese!!
... and full of cowboys and indians )
i think ink I am Hoplong Cassidy?
There was a Casino every 100 k over the last three days. There cannot be a social security cheque left up cashed around the mid west.
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... is outside I will go and fetch it'. Alas, we done a runner before anybody realised. This was probably the best story I can make out of Santa Fe, it really was small and the shops were cheap Native American souvenir shops, selling the standard postcards and John Wayne mugs. Having said that, it was a good experience to see how people live there and wondering what they do all day in such a humid, small place. Next stop Monument ...
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