Monthly Archives: May 2011

Adios Amigos

We have returned to our first night’s lodging at the Super 8 in Sallisaw, Oklahoma. There is not much to talk about our half a day ride, so we decided to reminisce about the most memorable parts of our journey. … Continue reading

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Majestic Mesa

Today marks the last full day of our New Mexican adventure. It is hard to believe that our journey is coming to an end, but we certainly concluded our trip on a high note. We hit the road bright and … Continue reading

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Bombs, Bandelier, and Bobcat Bite

Good day blog readers. Today was a splendid day here in Santa Fe, New Mexico. We arose from our slumber to the sound of birds chirping, the calm sound of the wind, and the lovely rays of the western sun. In … Continue reading

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Time Travels

Our adventures today began at 8 a.m. and every person in our group thoroughly enjoyed an extra hour of sleep.  We headed towards Pecos National Park to begin our day. This morning our first tour was at the Pecos Pueblo.  … Continue reading

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Seeking Spiritual Substance

Yearning for a sense of purpose and spiritual enlightenment is a universal part of what defines our humanity. Today’s journey led us to explore how differing cultures sought to connect to a higher spiritual power. We first stopped at a … Continue reading

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Acoma Awareness

Hello blog readers. I hope your day was just as wonderful as ours. We started our day by waking up and loading the vans at 6:30 am. This time was chosen so Mr. Bodkin could get his famous morning breakfast burrito. We … Continue reading

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Chaco Canyon

Today, our adventures began early once again.  We left at 6:30 a.m. for our three hour drive from Santa Fe to Chaco Canyon. From the main road to Chaco Canyon, we enjoyed gorgeous scenery of mesas and sand wall mountains.  As … Continue reading

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