Monthly Archives: July 2019

Our Day in Santa Fe

But on to our day in Santa Fe…Today we headed into town for one of our favorite tourist activities – a food and history tour!    We enjoyed a chicken enchilada, with options to add our own red, green, or … Continue reading

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Handy Randy Rockin’ the Repairs

Gravel parking lot campgrounds are not our usual preference but this campground in Farmington had purpose.   It had full hook-ups (water-sewer-electric) so we could wash clothes – something we can’t do with water and electric only sites found at … Continue reading

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Plan B:  Colorado!

We came to Farmington to hike in the Bisti Wilderness, see the alien egg formations and then explore Chaco Canyon. Since the heat wave followed us that just didn’t sound fun.   So we went with plan B: Durango Colorado, 60 miles … Continue reading

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All Over the Map in Northern Arizona

Seeing the 9/11 Memorial prompted a search on how these artifacts end up in a small town in northern Arizona.  I found that the Port Authority started a program in 2006 to disperse 9/11 artifacts.  Because they were from a crime … Continue reading

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Way More Than Just Wood Rocks!

Our trip had a rough start.  We knew intellectually we would be trading trailer problems from full time use for problems due to inconsistent use but we didn’t expect so many so fast.  In frustration Randy even said the words “It’s time … Continue reading

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Wheels, Batteries and Desert Things

  This time of year has some advantages too.  We are getting acquainted with our Sun City Grand community while events and venues have fewer people.   Randy has golfed and I have been line dancing, playing the ukulele and joined … Continue reading

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