Rancho Magdalena Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... areas, a combined 30,400 acres. All three units were given the important designation by Congress in 1975. From a low of 17 individual cranes on the refuge in 1940, the wintering population of sandhills is up to 17,000.
Sandhill cranes (Grus Canadensis) move among several areas of the refuge throughout the day to feed, rest, and socialize. Social behavior includes at least ten different types of calls, various threatening postures, ...
... of his art. They were on sale. When she got them down, I pretty much knew I was a goner. They were brushed steel with a bit of red on the head and some touches of black for definition. The damage? A few scratches! I didn't think I could afford both of them, so opted for just one. I could tell the owner really thought the pair should be together, so I made an offer. Nothing to lose, right? I got them both for less than a single one would have ...
... headed west towards Gallup to the park. By the time we arrived at the park, there was very little sunlight, and ended up that we didn’t have enough cash for a campsite with electricity. So we decided it wasn’t worth paying for a campsite, headed back to Grants to sleep in the car. We pondered the best place to park the car, and agreed that a hotel parking lot seemed to be the best place. We found a Red Lion Hotel which had a decent amount of cars and ...
We spent today in Carlsbad Caverns in southeast New Mexico. It was very educational, but more it was incredibly beautiful and awe inspiring. The caves are magnificent. We entered through what they call the Natural Entrance. It takes you on a mile of steep switchback trails that bring you to the Big Room. It was a bit cold down there in the 56 degree temperatures, but compared to the 105 degrees up top, I found it quite refreshing. We actually ate lunch down ...
I arrived at the Montosa RV Park and am welcomed by Art, Arthur Rauschenberg. It is about 3 PM. I want to get to the VLA by 4h00, tour the site and then take pictures of the sunset. Art is very talkative. We start chatting and a half hour passes. Somehow I break away and get my trailer set up. I want to be back on the road in the morning. I arrive at the VLA shortly after 4 PM. The gift shop just closed. I read the material in the visitor center then follow the ...