Fite Ranch Bed & Breakfast

Address: Fite Ranch Road, San Antonio, New Mexico, 87832, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on Fite Ranch Road, San Antonio.
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    It's an Array, and it's Very Large

    A travel blog entry by johntrip2015 on Sep 23, 2015

    14 photos

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    When I was 12 I applied to be an Astronaut. NASA politely turned me down, pointing out that in order to become an astronaut, I needed to (a) be a citizen of the USA and (b) have at least 1000 hours solo flying time in a jet engined plane, preferably as a test pilot. In South Africa, at age 12, these requirements stymied my career in space.

    (*** I made my own rocket fuel - the rockets with this fuel either ...

    Camelback Mountain

    A travel blog entry by kctehayes on Sep 07, 2015

    ... how I faired. I only got to 1700 feet, Emily to 2000 feet, Kevin to 2100 feet and Thomas reached the top at 2700 feet. We were all hot and sweaty. Sore legs tomorrow I'm guessing. Got back to the hotel and headed straight to the pool to relax and cool ...

    Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Nov 30, 2014

    23 photos

    ... of these amazing avian marvels. From the graceful sweeping vistas to the frantic flights of the geese, from the warm sunny days to the freezing cold star filled nights.

    During the 4 days here, I shoot approximately 5,000 photos, 90 percent of which will be discarded to cull only the best of this year. I have three cameras plus the iPhone camera to record the experience. Words cannot describe what it's like to watch the cranes land ...

    The only thing to order at the Owl Bar

    A travel blog entry by kingcotti on Apr 14, 2014


    ... to see if there was something we needed. I saw a pair of dancing sandhill cranes on a wall and asked the owner about the price. She went on to explain that they were up there because they had been slightly damaged while they were stacked atop each other. She told me about the artist; he was a friend of hers and when she took over the shop, she carried not only his work but his wife's as well. He's gone on to other things and she can't get ...

    We got our Kick Ol' Route US66 & Petrified forest

    A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Jun 07, 2010

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... note the picture. We almost stopped there for the night but the only hotel looked liked the 'Bates Hotel’. So we drove an hour more to get here.

    All day landscape was beautiful, green and DESERTED! I have to add that there were several towns that were deserted too. One town called Omega, which fit it’s name, looked like it was at its end of life. One house and what looked like an old auto ...