Knights Inn Las Vegas NM
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... grandma too. Gilbert's skin was the prettiest shade of dark honey brown and he had the whitest teeth you've ever seen. Balding on top his hair pulled back in a ponytail. His voice was that of the ancient people of our lands. I can still hear it in my head as we drive to Santa Fe. We switch drivers every two or three hours or so. The passenger reading, writing, sleeping, getting out snacks. We're going to meet Leela's friends- Marshall Joy and Melanie Faithful (no joke). I ...
... What's going on? The Institute’s effectiveness depends on the timely delivery of incisive public comment and here’s the pater, incommunicado, presumably still chasing Frank Sinatra to MC the launch of the final report of the Institute’s USA fact finding mission. What is wrong with Kamahl? Mrs Henry is less stressed than myself, merely expressing concern about her plants not being watered.
Mount Rushmore from left to right: ...
... but ready to join with this group again.
One highlight for us on the way home............As we had just left the park, there was a snake stretched out on the road obviously sunning. Braked and Robert got out to take pictures and help encourage the snake to GET OFF THE ROAD! Finally got the snake off the road because, alas, we do not feel everyone would feel the same way we did about that encounter with nature!
... afternoon, eager to get some miles behind us and be on our way. After an uneventful day, we spent the first night in West Memphis, Arkansas. West Memphis, AR is to Memphis as Las Vegas NM is to Vegas. I begin to detect a pattern.
Sunday morning we loaded our Honda Odyssey onto the 500-mile gun barrel that is I-40 West (formerly Route 66) and shot ourselves straight through to Yukon, Oklahoma. Not to be mistaken for the real Yukon, the town has no mountains ...
... 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 ...