Santa Fe Plaza Travelodge
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... too hard to keep the Mexican feel. The gorgeous old stone court building really stood out and made the rest of the buildings that had been plastered over to have a Mexican feel look almost tacky. But the town had a cool vibe and was definitely an interesting place to ...
We left Kingman Arizona at 8:10 a.m. (Mileage 35320) and headed out onto Interstate 40 for Santa Fe New Mexico. Deb has been looking forward to this for most of the trip. The problem is that there is a very cold jet stream that has blanketed the western and southwestern U.S. in a blanket of extreme cold.
I40 was in terrible shape, no road closures mind you, but because of the wide open spaces, and let ...
... to slow a little - the Trike aqua planned and was pushing into the next lane with incoming traffic so apart from having a bike wash, I didn't quite get to have a swim with the Trike. Julie went in, perhaps a little faster and a wall of water drenched her but was ok and Karl behind who did well. So in all, it was a bit unexpected but we are all ok.
The weather deteriorated with flash flood messages going to all ...
... lake which we had all to ourselves.
We continued to paddle upstream and saw more birds, some quite colorful.
Occasional we would be startled by what almost sounded like an echoing mining explosion but was probably thunder.
After a couple of hours paddling upstream to some Rio Grande wetlands and spying what Robert thought might be the work of a bank ...
... carpenter arrived to design and construct a circular staircase to the choir loft. The tools on this donkey were just a saw, carpenter's square, a hammer and tubs in with to soak the wood.
His 'miraculous staircase' contains 33 steps in two full 360-degree turns. The staircase has no center support nor is it held form its sides. When the staircase was complete, the carpenter disappeared without seeking ...