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... spray graffiti on the Cadillacs, which we happily did! It had been raining in Amarillo, Texas for several days so the Cadillac ranch was wet and muddy BUT Bry trudged through the mud, made his way to one of the cars and spray painted, "Vaughn." Awesome. Gracie spray painted the mud and that made her happy. We made a quick stop at the Cadillac Ranch gift shop to find t-shirts for 48 ...
... have just gone to Disney, he was actually upset that no one told him that was an option.
And that's how I ended up driving 11 hours from our home in Monument, Colorado to a hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We checked in just as everyone in the lobby was shouting, Happy New Year! and downing their drinks. Not the most exciting New Year I have ever spent, but I mean, I finished a book in the car so...there's ...
... in California. Since then I have been to an additional 11 states for a total of 24 - half the number of continental states. I expect to add a couple more states before I'm back in the Chicago area at the end of October.
I'm now in warm and sunny Albuquerque and have spent the first night at our classmate Diane's charming house. Rita and I also visited in May. ...
... much fun) and spent time catching up with my grandparents and Aunt Linda (much more fun). In the afternoon, all the girls took a trip to one of the only authentic English tea houses in the United States. How it ended up in New Mexico I can only imagine but it is an experience like no other. Each month they have a theme, and this month was "Storybook". Everyone there was dressed up as a character from a storybook, we saw Belle, Thing 1 and 2, The ...
... on a scenic route called The Turquoise Trail. OK, maybe I am a scenery snob by this point, because we have seen some spectacular sights over the past ten days, but this drive really didn't show me anything. There was one interesting town, Madrid, which used to be an abandoned coal mining town before a bunch of artists took it over and turned all the houses/buildings into shops. Some of the stuff was really beautiful but quite out of ...
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