Anna Maria Guesthouse

Address: Baca Street, Quemado, New Mexico, 87829, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Baca Street, Quemado.
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Travel Blogs from Quemado

Gila

A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Jan 10, 2015

... in the hot springs at the end of a long drive and I look forward to getting in their again in the morning to warm up as it is going down near freezing again. Made myself a hot water bottle by filling a water bottle with spring water and putting it at my feet to help keep out the chill. A survival skill I have learned is to keep your feet warm and the rest of you will feel ...

Old America, New Mexico

A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Oct 05, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

... when we got there, it was, well... ****. It was like the gypsy shows that come to Berwick except without any of the fun. There were rows and rows of people selling fried things and not much else. Most surprising of all, there were no balloons! The star attraction was a bloke carving a Jesus sculpture out of a muckle piece of wood with a deadly looking chainsaw. Maybe we arrived too early. We decided to go for a couple of drinks and wait and see if any ...

George from Slab City

A travel blog entry by coryinmb on Jul 01, 2012

8 photos

We had a little set back of side roads and towns with lakes in their names, but not in their towns. So we stayed in Pie town at a little state park. It had some bathrooms and water. There was also an avid motor homer with a Quartzite red hat on named George. He was from our part of CA, well almost, just across the sea (Salton Sea that is), in Slab City. Slab city is an open area for people to camp and RV freely. So you ...

Lightning Field or Little House on the Prairie

A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb on Jun 21, 2012

1 comment, 34 photos

... for that night either cancelled last minute or never showed up- we had the entire cabin, and 30,000 acres, all to ourselves.) Ben and I have gone to a lot of state history museums. Texas and New Mexico did a lot to promote the frontier lifestyle and its importance in their state history and politics, but I have to admit that I did not appreciate the isolation, the struggle or what any of that meant until we stayed at the lightning ...

On The Road, Day Six, part two

A travel blog entry by matthewd on Sep 24, 2009

12 photos

... to choose from. I chose the second one, Pinon. No one there at all, except for the Ranger/Host and his partner/wife? (He assured me that no one, except the elk and deer, would disturb me). Yes, it was a Thursday, and yes, as it turns out, it is the last week/weekend that the Park is open for the season. Can you guess what that means? Uh huh: it was cold over night; not freezing, but must have been right above. I could see my breath for the first and only time ...