|The lines to get into Meow Wolf were a little ridiculous.|
|I guess everyone wanted to be a green spikey-headed creature being threatened by his giant, sadistic, cybertronic rat-friend.|
Playing music on the ribs of a glowing pink dinosaur:
Meow Wolf was pretty amazing. If we didn't have kids with us, we could have spent all day there trying to solve the mystery of The House of Eternal Return. There are portals throughout the house where you can easily get lost. In fact, Joey did get lost for a few frightening minutes. Neither me nor Kiley saw him leave the room where we were at, and we only found him when I finally got scared and started crying for us. Oops.
|Look at this strange giraffe-necked, flat-faced, llama-looking creature.|
|Me and my boys sitting on a couch in a cave.|
KASHA-KATUWE TENT ROCKS
This gem of a hiking spot is about an hour outside of Albuquerque, between here and Santa Fe. There is some amazing hiking, and it is very interesting to see history through the rock formations left behind. You can see all the different layers of the rock, including intense ash layers from massive volcanic eruptions.
|I'm very proud of Joey, who hike over 2-miles all by himself!|
|What is it about boys and rocks?|
|This little cave used to be the home of an ancient caveman. You can still see the black scorch marks on the ceiling of the cave from fires lit in the center of the cave.|
|Look at this cool tree! Awesome photo-shoot opportunity.|
|Too bad we didn't have some to take a photo of our entire family in front of these roots...|
|Joey's a great hiker! Can't wait to go on outings with him once he's a Boy Scout.|
Well, hope you enjoyed seeing a snapshot of our outings. More blog posts to come!