Whispering Pine Cabins
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The usual pretty bad breakfast but as the scrambled eggs looked a bit weird Peter asked the nice waitress if they were real eggs, she said sure, then he said did you crack them so then she said, no they come in liquid form! Wish he had told me after I'd eaten, so I binned them and made a waffle instead thank goodness I'd eaten some bran flakes first. The New Mexico scenery once out of Roswell was so beautiful, no traffic, undulating hills with some ...
... 66 miles, but that was because it was sending us almost to Alamogordo and then up a winding road. Last time we took that road, Bob kept his eyes closed and his hat pulled down. The way we went cut 30 miles off the route and there were no sheer drop offs. Not as many beautiful vistas, but since it was so cloudy and foggy in places, we probably could not have seen anything anyway.
Cloudcroft is at 8650 ft. It is a small village ...
... amp; Linda are leaving early tomorrow morning so we went out to dinner tonight. We went to a very nice Italian restaurant. When I say very nice, I mean VERY nice ($$$), The food was very good and I even found something without cheese. Bob said you can tell the difference in Italian restaurants and upscale Italian restaurants-look at the menu to see if they have Spaghetti and meatballs-this one did not! It ...
I don't care what Camping World says, somehow water comes in under the living slide! It rained while we were out and when we returned, I stepped in a puddle. Before we went to bed, I raised the foot of the recliner and put a clean, dry towel down, then his morning, the towel was wet! Not sure if it's running down the side, hitting the rail and coming in or what, but we'll do it again ...
... of the hummingbirds. At one time I counted 8 flying around. I have never seen so many in one place at a time. They are amazing little creatures, but very territorial. If there is one feeding and another one comes along and wants a drink, the first one is run off. They were constantly fighting over which one would be able to drink from which feeder. Tomorrow we will be going back over to Alamogordo to take in the Pistachio Farm tour. I may even decide to buy some more Pistachio ...