These are not the best photos from today but I am working with limited Internet and pic uploading capability for the next day.
This is obviously not Alabama. It’s the Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. It’s amazing and was a fantastic intro to this part of the country for all of us…we tumbled off the plane, stopped at Abuelito’s New Mexican Restaurant in Bernalillo then came here. Now we’re somewhere else which is very nice in its own right but has no wi-fi..which is probably a good thing.
Look for more on Twitter during the week and on Booked starting Sunday night.
And here? More homeschooling thoughts really soon (although the past week we have all learned heaps about NM history and today it’s been all about the igneous rocks and sedimentary rocks and real live mesas..so?..i guess we started?)…as well as thoughts on all of these very interesting Italy books I’ve been reading….