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... gas station, it took Andy a good 10 minutes to try work out how to use the old style pump. Grabbing some cold drinks to go, we shot off again down the highway I-40 west on to Santa Rosa. Santa Rosa - a must see was the blue hole; a natural clear spring water well, 81ft deep by 60ft wide. After driving thru yet another sleepy town we followed the directions, passing the Santa Rosa state park with its lake pool, thinking this was it, but instincts told us it must be ...
... had old cars parked around the parking lot just for fun - one was a Hudson that needed restoration that had a homemade license plate that said, "Doc Hudson." We also stopped at a rock shop (and I bought some more rocks) that sported a sign that Holbrook was the town in "Cars." Then we started off for the Petrified Forest.
It turns out the Petrified Forest National Park is on part of ...
... things to see, and routes to take.
Albuquerque has a nice botanical garden and aquarium at the Bio Park. We heard the zoo was great, but we're trying to watch our budget as we go. Dean loved the aquarium. Part of his homeschooling was to research Albuquerque since we knew it would be an early destination on our trip. Ever since he read about the aquarium (weeks before we left) he's talked about it, and he wasn't disappointed. It ...
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Yesterday, Sunday, Diane went to a nursery and purchased a new flowering shrub for her garden. It's called Pink Flowering Almond (Prunus glandulosa 'Rosea Plena'). Prior to that a dead tree had been removed from the site, and I removed more roots from the tree so make sure that ...