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... with one overnite en route.
Average cost of accommo first week works out to $51 per night, aiming to broadly match San Antonio total outgoings so need to keep camping somewhat! Also need to defray capital invested in the camping gear. We have a possible longer term rental to view in Santa Fe which if works out might keep on thru the winter.....but many other places to investigate even if we ...
... wide site, in Dog Canyon on a hill overlooking the dessert. Some of the sites had full hook up. They all had concrete picnic tables and some had shelters. Balloon lift offs happen very early in the morning and since the conditions were unknown we decided to drive the RV to the event. I'm glad we did as it took us nearly an hour waiting in line to enter the park, its great to have a built in bathroom. From there it ...
... are on display but one needs a permit to visit that. There is also the New Mexico Museum of Space History which is one of the biggest tourist spots in the state.
We really are enjoying our site at this state park but we almost turned around because it did not look safe. All of a sudden at the end of the road there was the campground with the mountain at our backs and the valley below. We had the highest site and we actually got level ...
... we had an early start and about a 40 minute drive to the White sands national monument. That day they actually had some missiles they were testing (pretty cool!) so as we drove up we saw a bit of an explosion in the far distance and then hit a huge line of cars waiting for it to be over as the road was blocked off. We pulled off to the visiter information centre to find out it was about to reopen in the next hour or so. We jumped at the chance to play with the frisbee ...
... west on U.S. 82; and after traveling through desert flatlands we reached what I would consider rolling countryside and some orchards, we found out later that the trees were probably pecan trees. As we climbed higher into the mountains the trees grew higher and denser until we found ourselves in a pine forest, there was a continual easy uphill grade that was easy to negotiate. At the top of the mountain there was ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking