Santa Fe has a sparkle. Could be because there's no oxygen to block out the light. It's the kind of sparkle that hypnotizes you into taking off your shades and inviting the stabs into your brain.
Spud likes it here, too. Hyde Memorial State Park gets three stars out of five. Beautiful forested campsites, well-developed, some shelters, vault toilets, very few water sources, loud traffic, visitor's center is never open, office wasn't opened when I went. There are nice-looking trails, too. Elevation is about 8500 feet at the park, and I felt all but 23 of them.
A can opener stands between me and my meal. When something costs 79¢ you've gotta ask why.
The rest of this post is picture. I'm at McDonald's, and they don't like you to use a lot of words here.
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