Burch Street Casitas
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[Roadside crosses flashing by]
Snowing in Brooklyn - Ferron (If it's snowing in Brooklyn then snow's what we got)
The Pretender - Jackson Browne (Get up and do it again)
[A three legged dog hobbled across the highway in front of me in the town of Moro]
[A sign on a store says: Turn in your guns, the government will take care of you]
Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd
... the dealership. It appeared that their Harley had sustained a nasty looking dent on top of the front fender. After much back and forth, the dealership was exonerated and the shipping company was at fault. Thunderbird would fix the damaged fender when we returned in the days to come. It was not a pleasant start for Billy and Kim but they good-naturedly moved on fairly quickly and off we rode as a group to our first official BRB ...
... Mom’s that she had given me years ago. It’s an unusual design and I hadn’t seen any like it. At the El Rincon Trading Post, the fellow there told me it was a Zuni style, probably from the 30’s or 40’s. The native source was confirmed by another jeweller in town. But back to the Trading Post guy, he was more interested in the blues music blaring into the shop that he was playing along with; he seemed pretty spaced ...
... and keep you from sliding.
Finally decided on Doc Martin's inside the Taos Inn. Both had wonderful entries and a nice glass of wine. From there on the the Alley Cantina where we visited with our bartender friends we have made over the years. There was a nice jazz trio playing and we had a good time visiting with them and enjoying the music.
Nice anniversary and took the High Road home and got to enjoy some more beautiful scenery.
Entry by Matt:
Today I tested the limits of my body by hiking to about 12000ft above sea level in the afternoon and participating in an epic jiu jitsu match at the end of the night. In between, I was able to see the Rio Grande gorge and play chess! It was really nice to get a little taste of home by having some friendly battles in chess and jiu jitsu.
In the late morning Mal, Myk, our housemate Wesley, and I, drove about 45min to Ski Valley ...