Here’s my Polish Yankee husband trying grits for the very first time. His comment: “Taste like cardboard.” I told him that just meant he needed more salt and butter, but he ignored me.
I don’t know if he was singing or talking, but there he is, driving a lotta miles.
We didn’t stop at the historical markers, except for this one, on the way out here since we were running so late, but we’ve decided to stop at more on the way home. Here is a marker about the Llano Estacado. Joe said he wanted to walk where Vasquez de Coronado walked.
Here’s Joe holding the Farley’s menu. In the very center is …. ready? Waldo! And Einstein’s in the lower left.
At the UFO Museum, there were some paintings done by people with and without a sense of humour. I liked this one–an alien Hamlet contemplating Yorick’s skull. One of the gift shops had some alien skulls, and I thought how cool it would be to get one for Vanessa, in case she ever wanted to do a really twisted version of Hamlet, but they were a little pricey. Sorry V.
And here’s Joe standing next to an alien who seems to be sending him rays of some sort. I didn’t notice that when i took it, but it’s kinda cool, huh?
Okay, we’re off! Stay tuned for the further adventures of Joe & Faith in New Mexico!