Casa de Patron

Po Box 27, Lincoln, New Mexico, 88338, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Lincoln

Aliens and Cowboys

A travel blog entry by sidsnow

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Hubbard in a great stop. Has lots of old west items to look at. some great Indian artifacts.
If you are in the area it is a great stop.

Location of camp grounds and weather made today and early stop.

Temp has dropped from the high 90's to the 70', Sat 21 June, AM, running heater it is 54 out side.
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Bring Your Imagination

A travel blog entry by bascarmel

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... Mogollon (hor-NAH-da muggy-OWN) rock art. The number and concentration of petroglyphs make this one of the largest and most interesting rock art sites in the Southwest. The rock art was made between 400 AD and 1200 AD with stone tools by removing the dark patina on the exterior of the rocks. It was fun to look at one and try to imagine what the artist had in mind while making it. Some were very easy to decipher and others are still a ...

Beautiful Flowers and Beautiful Jewelry

A travel blog entry by bascarmel

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In Hondo, near Ruidoso, there is an Iris Farm and we were able to see the acres of various types of flowers still viable in early June along with Hummingbird feeders.

Also in Hondo was a unique Jewelry Factory where earrings, bracelets, etc are made by pouring pewter into hand-made rubber molds. ...

No Aliens, but We Be Rockin'

A travel blog entry by edellis903

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... semi-coherent interpretations. The views of the Sacramento Mountains were spectacular, including Sierra Blanca, 11,973 feet high. Then, on to Ruidoso. After talking to lots of people, I guess we had high expectations. Sorry, Ruidoso sucks. Asked the desk clerk at the hotel where to dine - she told us the "restaurant" across the street at the Days Inn was good. Took one look. NOT. Struggled to find ...

Yoohoo! I'll make you famous...

A travel blog entry by wendalex

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There we were, driving along the 380 between Roswell and Socorro - a three hour journey across endless desert plains and climbing higher and higher towards lonely mountains and isolated gullys and canyons. The view changes every so often between lightly wooded meadows hiding elk, deer and jack rabbit to the infinite vistas across an ancient lakebed some few million years old. The sky is clouded and this makes for some really violent looking storms as each weather system hits ...

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This B&B, located on Po Box 27, Lincoln, is near Billy the Kid Trail.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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