Casa de Patron

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

No Aliens, but We Be Rockin'

A travel blog entry by edellis903


... Kid Scenic Byway north through Lincoln, where Billy the Kid lived, was tried, and hanged during the Range Wars. Lincoln probably looks like it did during the 1880's. Not much of a place, but from there through Capitan and Carrizozo, there were some obviously prosperous ranches. Beautiful valleys and rolling hills. Some cattle, some horses. We stopped for lunch at Smokey Bear Restaurant in ...

Yoohoo! I'll make you famous...

A travel blog entry by wendalex


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 ...

Highs and lows in New Mexico

A travel blog entry by rich-and-fi


Made our way to higher elevation (8400ft, 2560m above sea level) near a winter ski resort in the hope of some cool air and a better night's sleep. It worked a treat and the fresh mountain air was a welcome relief! Bessie didn't love it as much as we did and the high elevation caused a blown coolant hose (the noise we heard wasn't birds chirping after all). Luckily we heard it straight away while we where stopped ...

Losing track of time

A travel blog entry by vanderkansie


... nobody can see when you take the occasional nap. Our stomping grounds for the afternoon were Billy the Kid’s hang outs. We followed him through Lincoln County, and the town of Lincoln that was called the most dangerous town in the USA in 1881. Billy was a surprisingly literate man, and could speak English and Spanish, he also had beautiful penmanship. In the museum there were several letters from him to the governor where he continued to ask for the pardon that the ...

A dead heat and we had them both

A travel blog entry by vanderkansie


... my dad walked me through how to read the program. The next step was to read the stats to dad on the phone, tell him what the odds was and then he selected a horse. Mariana and I tried our luck, using dad's method, and we selected a second horse in each race. Dad also said "play for a win, not a place," and like the obedient child that I am I did just as he said. We lost the first race, but from the second race on we did great. Playing ...


This B&B, located on Po Box 27, Lincoln, is near Billy the Kid Trail.
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