Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Clovis
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... eye sunnies and holding their blown up aliens. I have to say most of the people we have spoken to along the way have been absolutely lovely, I really didnt expect that. The drive here was smelly to say the least. All of us spent most of the time gagging on the stench flowing in to the air vents every time we drove past a dairy farm. It was rotton the best way I can describe it is a wet nappy that has been left a really really ...
... br> Clovis, like many towns in the region, started when the railroad created a station there. In this case it was the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad and the year was 1906.
In 1942, Clovis' entire Japanese population was resettled to a concentration camp outside Lincoln, NM as a reaction to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. Clovis was the site of the Norman Petty ...
... strand, which lasts 40 mins! Happy New Year!! A couple of hours later, we arrived at our next stop in Amarillo, Texas. The drive was pretty boring, but we definitely knew when we were in Texas when we came across thousands of cows! It wasn't long before I was googling the best steakhouse and imagining a delicious dinner. After we checked into our Comfort Suites hotel, we headed out to find some food. ...
High on my bucket was (and I say was) Taos. Poor Tom drove about nine hours, some of them in a raging rain storm. Taos was a bust. We immediately headed for Santa Fe.
The ride, however to Taos was nothing short of spectacular. The landscapes were like paintings. We traveled through sage brush fields and majestic mountains. We miss so much of this beautiful country when we travel by plane.
Campsite Site #20 - New Mexico State Park with site water, electric, & dump station nearby. Elevation about 4,000 ft. Notes - Quiet campsites - Declining cottonwood trees due to the drought. - Pond no longer spring feed due to dropping water tables. - The pond area is nicely landscaped and stocked with trout in the winter & catfish in the summer. - ...