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Places I would much rather be than stuck in Texas during Covid-19!

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Jardín Allende

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Celaya, Mexico • Memory • 

A quiet little park in a quiet little town. Come at sunset when the sun kisses all the natural beauty.

  • Principal 18, Zona Centro, 37700 San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico

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Miner’s Landing Pier 57 Seattle

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Seattle, United States • Memory • 

This is the view from the Ferris wheel on the pier. What a fabulous way to take in the Seattle coast. Just across the bay is Canada!

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Pittock Bird Sanctuary

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Portland, United States • Memory • 

This park is ideal for seeing so many varieties of birds, plants and trees, but also has one of the best overlooks of downtown Portland.

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Woldenberg Park

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New Orleans, United States • Memory • 

Away from the bustle of busy downtown New Orleans, walking down to this park and taking in the views of the ocean and ferries is a great way to unwind after a rambunctious Nola night.

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Santuario de Chimayo

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Albuquerque, United States • Memory • 

Visit this catholic sanctuary in a small town that claims its holy dirt has cured the ill and offered miracles. It is a peaceful spot to contemplate.

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Alto Reservoir

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El Paso, United States • Memory • 

A serene place to birdwatch and fish. Nature abounds.

  • Alto Reservoir, Ruidoso, NM 88345, USA

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Rio Grande Gorge Bridge

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Albuquerque, United States • Memory • 

Such an impressive view from this bridge that looks directly over the Rio Grande. You’ll feel so tiny and yet so infinite taking in all the sky, rock and listening to the crashing water below.

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Santa Elena Canyon

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Ciudad Delicias, Mexico • Memory • 

A truly magical place. One side of the river is Texas, the other Mexico. The trail is easy to hike up and offers a spectacular view. This canyon was once totally underwater, and many seashells and fossilized sea-life can be found around. It’s so interesting to think about how much the earth has changed.

  • Santa Elena Canyon, Texas 79852, USA

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