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This Week on Instagram: January 18-24, 2014

This Week on Instagram Jan 18-24

We made it to New Mexico! After a brief stint with a sick 3 year old, we landed in Brantley Lake State Park outside of Carlsbad, New Mexico. We spent a great few days there, explored the caves, earned another junior ranger badge and enjoyed the sunrises. We also drove through White Sands National Monument and the kids enjoyed “sanding” (sledding) down the dunes. Who knew that this tucked in, fairly forgotten state could be so beautiful?
Have a great week!

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  • Mike Grace - Excited for the newsletter 🙂ReplyCancel

  • David Ptak - Great talking to you at City of Rocks SP! The astronomy night worked out perfect. Kids inspired, great clear weather and got to swap traveling family stories. Perfect! Looking at your website – which looks incredible btw – I see so many similarities to our trip. The most surprising of all was your pic of Robot Turtles! We have that new game, too (backed it on Kickstarter). The developer is a neighbor of a friend in Seattle. We’ve only played it a few times, but have enjoyed it so far. We love games and have a number on the trip with us.

    Lastly, my wife says the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum was good, but not an absolute must. In the end, it’s a zoo. A good zoo, but still just a zoo. Hope that helps in your decision process. Enjoy Saguaro Natl Park. Also, if do visit Phoenix, we definitely recommend Lost Dutchman State Park. We enjoyed the science museum in Phoenix, too. It’s a long drive from the campground, but fun and free with the museum reciprocity.

    Happy and safe travels!ReplyCancel

  • Mike Goad - New Mexico has a number of wonderful spots. We stayed at Brantley Lake near the very end of our last long trip. We only stayed two nights as that was our “lodging” location for visiting Carlsbad.ReplyCancel

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