King's Rest Court
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... why Hayley had to create an outfit out of what was accessible from her bag after taking the plunge! I’ve posted a video with this entry so you can see how much fun we had. It’s these little random stops that made our driving day so much more fun than usual!
After driving along yet more pretty roads marvelling at the gorgeous New Mexico scenery we finally arrived at the house in Eldorado, just outside Santa Fe. It’s a very ...
... Fe retains it's historical and authentic feel. We started off in the main square and typically we headed towards the nearest bar to chill out before we went out for some typical southwestern food. We sat on the rooftop of The Draft Station on the main square. A really pretty spot. While taking some photos a couple on the next table offered to take a photo of all of us. Not so unusual....but 10 minutes later they got up to leave and paid out drinks tab!! That kind of thing ...
... American ruins carved out of the soft volcanic tufa rock. Had a bit of excitment when we saw our first rattlesnake, and everyone really enjoyed climbing up and down homemade kiva ladders, exploring caves and crossing the river on wooden slabs, since the bridges got washed out from devestating floods following wildfires that burned 2/3 of the park a couple of years ago. Actually got a "thanks for bringing us here, Mom" from both kids, a ...
... our beautiful home to enjoy our salmon and turkey leftovers.
The rains soon returned as did our hearty fire, this is a welcome change from the Phoenix heat! The rain stopped around 7pm and our appetites returned, so we set out for the La Posada Resort and the Staab House. The menu at La Posada's Fuego restaurant looked good but we returned to the Cowgirl for traditional New Mexican slop (Butternut Squash Caserol and Fajitas). La Posada drove us ...
Off again on a one hour bus ride north of Albq to Santa Fe, state capitol. We drove on part of the Santa Fe Trail which used to connect Kansas City, MO to Santa Fe via wagon train. Susana Martinez is the Governor who gave the keynote address at the Republican National Convention. You may remember her telling the nation she carries a 357 magnum and is proud of it. There is no security that we could see in the Capitol ...