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... it would have been better if it wasn't raining and cold - we'd have stopped at a few places. Madrid was a funky town - a bit like Oatman but larger. Lots of cafes and interesting shops.
We crawled into Santa Fe while it was snowing, and luckily came to a MacDonalds on our side of the road. So in we went to have a coffee and decide what to do next.
We booked into our motel just before midday, ...
... and left. The oldest
"House" was right there in the alleyway so I walked over there to explore. The house was easy to explore and there was no fee as there are in some historic places. Though they ask for and expect a "donation" of some type. I try to give a little something especially when they are trying to restore a rather old, original item like the "Bell" in the Chapel. After leaving the "House” I walked back along ...
All the grocery stores in Santa Fe have to use paper bags for carry ing out groceries, because many people thought that plastic bags stuck to bushes and fences were the state flower of New Mexico. Not a bad idea.
On the way here we stopped at the White Sands National Monument near Las Cruces, an awesome natural phenomenon, the world’s largest gypsum dune field; amazing to ...
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... amount of snow here. Knowing how life is for us in Abbotsford, we don't get snow and rarely wear any jackets - we come 1,800 miles south and it's colder than a hell and more snow that we'd get in any year up north - what gives.
One thing that was kinda cool was we stopped for gas in Winslow, Arizona and it brought to mind the Eagles song - "standing on a corner in Winslow Arizona" - so we both walked over ...