Cimarron Rose B&B

Highway 53, Grants, New Mexico, 87020, United States | B&B
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    Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, Bat Cave!

    A travel blog entry by mrgrosskopf on Sep 01, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... ahead of schedule we figured we would fit it in today and that would leave us with even more time tomorrow.

    El Malpis was amazing quite frankly. They have several lava river caves (which as you can guess by now we are pretty fond of) and great trails. Unfortunately the RV hindered our experience again and we were only able to go into two caves that were less than a mile apart. Either way, we headed for Junction Cave and Xenolith Cave. We entered Junction Cave ...

    Route 66 - Flagstaff to Grants

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 13, 2014

    ... is about 250+ miles away. I drive the first leg to give Hinesh a break from all the driving he's been doing and my beloved knocks out for a little bit. Its an easy drive but as we move away from Flagstaff I notice lightning to my left, dark skies in front of me and showers to my right. The scene unfolding in front of me reminds me of Twister and I hope I don't see any flying cows any time soon. I drive for about 1.5 hours until ...

    Sedona, AZ

    A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jun 24, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... on the History channel (they didn't say if there were going to be part of an episode or not). When I asked what they were going to do with it, the guy replied, "play on it." "In your yard?" I asked. "Yup," he said. Before we left when people asked me if I was excited about our trip, I'd say, "You bet, but I know there will be highs and lows." As we began our decent into Sedona, while awed by the beauty of the red rocks, the beginnings of our first set of lows started. ...

    Blog 12 Grants

    A travel blog entry by colinscott on Oct 14, 2013

    5 photos

    Spent the morning in Santa Fe which was full of art and craft shops and was very expensive, then drove to Albuquerque where we crossed the Rio Grande river. We then came through some wild and rugged countryside with old volcanoes and massive mesas then lava fields. A really impressive drive on empty roads. Only about 120 miles today so we need to catch up. Temperature in the upper 70s as we are mostly in desert country. Tomorrow we should be in Arizona.

    To Sky City AZ

    A travel blog entry by lucysureoffoot on Jul 20, 2013

    18 photos

    ... guys sit in the shade on their mobiles in a pueblo that has no electricity or running water ! Most people live in valley below where there are schools, hospital , fire n ambulance, gas stations etc.. The Mesa modern villages are financed by selling land for casinos and hotels to be built .The Pueblo leaders have even sold land for a golf course which uses up so much of the already scarce water ...