Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm
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We pushed on from Fort Stockton at 6am- neither of us had slept well and it was mainly to do with our own fears. Steve had described me as skittish the night before, and yes it wasn't the easiest of places to relax. Anyway on the road again and here starts the scenery, real tumbleweed (I got so excited, and we missed the picture). Lots of long …
... docent who will take you through the exhibits and tell you many ‘stories’ of different events that happened to the Unsers and the various cars and machines on display.
There are four generations of Race Cars including Indy, Dirt, Pikes Peak, Winning Pace cars as well as beautifully restored antique cars. You will learn not only from the docent's comments, but from the numerous interactive kiosks and videos.
This is a ...
Waking up in Flagstaff AZ, not a bad place to get up. Would love to stick around and explore the area, but the road calls. Before we leave we hop on three wheelers (not the motorized kind as you can see) and do a quick tour of the park, and then we hop in our 12 whee and we're on our way. Being so close to the Grand Canyon and so many other scenic parks, I am disappointed that they're all closed. I guess I don't really know what I'm missing (but I have a ...
... with grass and trees.
Then it was on to El Morro National Monument..just 20 miles further down the road. This was the park I was really looking forward to seeing in this area, and it turned out to be even better than I had hope for. The main attraction here is the inscriptions that have been left by travelers passing by...back into the late 1500s, continuing with lots of inscriptions by Spanish ...
... ride and the ones I was out with the night before and Sarah and I were still a little bit drunk. We all climbed into our big vans and drove out to blow up our balloons which we all helped with. I went on with Leah, Rachel, James and Danni we had the smallest one and were all a bit nervous as we didn’t know what to expect. We started going up and the higher we got the more nervous we got and Leah sat down in the basket to avoid seeing anything as she was terrified. It got to ...