BEST WESTERN Sally Port Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and very fitting for our visit :) The UFO museum was interesting but very bonkers too, your either a believer or not.... I'm not. Absolutely beautiful drive into Santa Fe the grey clouds parted and all we could see was blue skies, sunshine and beautiful scenery through the San Verde Crista mountains.....listening to the lighthouse family High and looking out of the window at the beautiful scenery as we drove down the 180 mile open road was a memory and moment ...
... to watch a million ways to die in the west. Even though it was the second time it was still hilarious! And teamed with popcorn in butter sauce, milk duds and a giant fanta it was fun. You tune your stereo to play sound and we took mats so we could sit outside and watch the movie. Then it was back to camp where it was extremely windy so we had to make sure the tent was secure and also resulted in it taking a while to fall to ...
... about Charlie Goodnight who founded the first cattle rance at Palo Duro, and about his escapades with the Texas Rangers and how he hung a couple supposed cattle rustlers caught in the canyon. Anyway, there was never a moment of silence with Don driving the old GMC. The canyon is a sight to see and we had a couple very good vantage points for pictures. Posting just a few of what we took.
After Palo Duro we headed towards Roswell, NM where I ...
... rub salt on the wound the clocks had gone forward, which of course we didn't realise, and we had missed breakfast as it finished at 9! As we were leaving the motel there was a huge truck next to us, the exhaust pipe was the size of a soil pipe, there are lots of these size trucks around - not sure if they can all need them for going on back roads to their homes guess they just like big trucks. So set off for Carlsbad Caverns, decide to take the minor roads ...
The boys slept to almost 8 am today (Weds) yet we still got out a little after 9 am. The boys are all doing a better job of less lollygagging in the AM. Breakfast was mainly bagels for all to celebrate the re-stocking of the cupboard and ability to use the toaster. We drove through Gallup for a bit to see the remnants of Route 66 before hoping on I-40. The plan for today was to see a few things in and around Albuquerque enroute to Carlsbad Caverns, ...