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Larry Merewitz will keep us updated on events going on in the Olney-Brookeville area. There are always restaurants opening and other events like National Night Out in Olney and of course the farmers market.  I am expanding my area to highlight different places I visit, events  I go to and things I experience through... Read more

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Travel from Denver to Albuquerque

Hi everyone it’s Wednesday morning an I’m recapping the first two days of our trip to Denver and the southwest. Monday we spent most of the day in airports, renting cars and geting settled in. Tuesday our journey began with the first leg, going from Denver CO. to Albuquerque New Mexico. It was a long but interesting drive,seeing the landscape mostly prairie and tumbleweed. Driving was pleasant as we went further south down rt.25 in Colorado. There was no traffic and wide open roads with speed limits of 75mph which of course seemed slow for those roads, and not many people followed it anyway.We made our first stop in Santa Fe and went to an open market where the locals, native americans, sell homemade crafts. Today we are heading out to Flagstaff Arizona with stops at a Pueblo, petrified forest,and the painted desert. See some of the photos and a couple of videos taken so far. Sorry for the quality of the video but I dont have anything to edit with. I will update with more hopefully tonight of our trip today.




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Larry Merewitz

About Larry Merewitz

Larry Merewitz is a long-time Montgomery County resident and worked for Montgomery Community Media for nearly 20 years as the Traning and Volunteer Services Manager. Larry writes a blog on MyMCMedia, find it here.


3 Responses to “Travel from Denver to Albuquerque”

  1. On August 23, 2012 at 1:11 am responded with... #

    You stopped under the portal at the Palace of the Governors. All the vendors there are Native Americans, not mostly. It’s a strictly controlled program where vendors are held to certain standards to assure shoppers they are getting quality goods produced by native peoples and protect them from fakes..

    • Larry Merewitz
      On August 23, 2012 at 11:47 pm responded with... #

      Thanks for the input, we did find out from a few of the vendors that they are picked by lottery every day for their spot. Also thanks for the proper term of Native Americans. I am not one who minds being corrected. Thanks again..

  2. On August 23, 2012 at 9:29 am responded with... #

    Great stuff. Have a fantastic time and keep us posted.

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