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Jul 13, 2020 - Do You Know the Way to Santa Fe?

We’ve made it just under the wire on New Mexico’s 14-day quarantine. With this stop in Santa Fe, we “officially” have documentation that we have been in the state (disease-free) for the required time. Not that anyone has asked or that we have seen any evidence of enforcement but it is still nice to be on the right side of the “law.” I cannot recommend visiting Santa Fe now. Street vendors and artisans are nowhere to be found and all the museums, many restaurants and other attractions are closed. We walked the empty streets of Old Town...

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Jun 29, 2020 - Santa Fe, NM

WITWIJB??? Beautiful Santa Fe, NM. Everyone got it correct. Points all around. Directly adjacent to San Miguel Mission are the oldest homes in the USA. Remi and Em went on a long arduous hike yesterday that rewarded them with spectacular views (not to mention sore muscles). It would have been more beautiful, if tent worms had not eaten the leaves off thousands of Aspens. That evening we ate at a vegan restaurant and I was surprised at how good the food was. For dessert we had Key Lime Pie made with avocados, dates, cashews, coconut whipped...

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Trip Journal

2020 to NC

Feb 15, 2020 - Sundance RV Park and Saloon

Drove to our camping spot at Earpe CA for the next 2 months. This is in the Parker, CA area. Beautiful park but cell service is poor so going thru technology withdrawals. We are right on the river and is gorgeous. Want to an awesome fire works display that evening with our friend Dan Giles at Lake Havasu City.

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Oct 4, 2019 - Santa Fe

Arrived in Santa Fe, NM. Only here for a few days. Visited the old town area and did some browsing in the shops. Lots of cool Native / Hispanic stuff. Even checked out St. Francis Cathedral. Visited Canyon Street, which is one of the oldest areas of Santa Fe, and is now a place for artists galleries. Some interesting things, but some are crazy expensive. Last day here and we visited the International Museum of folk art. Tons of exhibits and lots of miniature scenes. Next stop is Roswell to visit the Aliens.

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Oct 1, 2019 - Santa Fe, NM

Today we did a guided bus tour of Santa Fe. We went to Museum Hill, Loretto church and had lunch at La Casa Sena. I had Traditional Enchiladas and Bea had Fish & Chips. After lunch we were free to tour the town. After returning to the RV, we rested a bit and went to the pizza party at the club house. After the Pizza party we did trivia and went home. Tomorrow we go to Los Alamos.

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Sep 29, 2019 - Sante Fe, NM

We went to Walmart today and got a few things. We then did laundry for a couple of hours, and rested. We then went with Rod & Helen Coe to Olive Garden for dinner. After dinner we went to see a movie called Downton Abbey. It was a good movie and we went to the RV for the night.

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Sep 28, 2019 - Santa Fe, NM

We had a leasurly morning, had bacon and eggs. Today we toured Santa Fe and looked at the shops. They were very interesting, to say the least. Stopped at a French pastery shop to have a coffee and a treat. When we came back to the RV park, we found Rod & Hellen Coe there. They are in charge of the rally on Monday. Tomorrow more that Santa Fe has to offer.

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Sep 27, 2019 - Santa Fe, NM

Today we went from Amarillo, TX to Santa Fe, NM. It was a clear day with a 30 mph head wind, so the go was slow west bound. Once we turned north, the head wind turned into a cross wind. But we got to Santa Fe safe and sound and look forward to not having to move for a few days.

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Sep 23, 2019 - Santa Fe

A Great American Artist Day 19 Today we are visiting Santa Fe the home of the Georgia O'Keeffe museum and I am so excited. (We have had very intermittent wi-fi over the last few days so I am trying to catch up when and if I can, using notes I have made). When we get in the car, we find a note which has fallen down between the windscreen and the bonnet of the car. Apparently, we should have paid at the Rio Grande car park yesterday ($3 for the day and we are being threatened with a citation!). We drive to Rio Grande visitor centre and pay...

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May 20, 2019 - Albuquerque and Family - May 16-19, 2019

Our 1st stop was in Albuquerque – only 50 miles south. We checked into the RV Camp on Kirtland Air Force Base for our stay. The Camp is nothing fancy but it does meet our needs – especially being close to Patrick and his crowd. The initial and biggest reason for this stay was Alex-s graduation from high school. The ceremony was Thursday night at Tingley Coliseum. His brother and sisters, Mike (his dad) and fiancé, Patrick and Abbie, Abbie’s folks and Tom and I proudly attended the ceremony. Alex will be off to Emery Biddle in Prescott, AZ...

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May 15, 2019 - Heading Out for 2019

This trip should be about 90 nights long. The main focus is around visiting some of the Great Lakes -Superior, Huron and Michigan. On the way we will make stops in Cheyenne, at Mount Rushmore and a couple nights along the Missouri River. We have never been in this part of the country so we will stay in the Minneapolis area for a week. Duluth will serve as our Lake Superior base for 9 days. We will spend a week in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and then journey down to the Milwaukee area where we hope to eat some great cheese. We head home...

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May 6, 2019 - Workaround photo hack

By deleting older photos I reduced the limit and can now add more. I hope that you can enlarge them as I created several montages so as to optimize sharing them with you. After seeing a preview I regret that the montages do not enlarge very well. Sorry. Today we toured Santa Fe old areas and museum. Tomorrow on the road northeast.

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