Candlewood Suites Roswell New Mexico
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... that needed jobs during the Great Depression. The road south afterwards was really horrible, just miles of train track, cattle holding pens, run down towns so we decided to head to Fort Sumner but when we got there the only hotel was Motel6 one of the worst so we have to carry on to Roswell. Luckily we had crossed another time zone so we gained an hour. Well the next road we had to turn onto was really weird, nothing, I mean absolutely nothing as ...
... run a Finance branch in the region he managed and finally made the right dollar offering to entice me. My brother Art and I packed up my car and he insisted on packing it in such a manner as to make it impossible for anybody but me to sit in the car. No hitchhikers! Too many movies we had seen about what happens when you pick up hitchhikers, I guess! I am driving through New Mexico on day two of that move, out in the middle of a desert when the engine in ...
... by Springerville. Barret finally got to stand on the corner in Winslow Arizona like the Eagles song, and it turns out to be the major attraction in Winslow (check out photos). We finally found the part of Arizona that everybody thinks of or that they picture Arizona to be. Pink and red rocks jutting out of the ground, like some giant hand stacked them there. We stopped at the Petrified Forest and ...
... delicious & warmed me up. Had breakfast at JT's Diner in Roswell, it looked nothing from the outside or inside. Best omelette I've had in America and I've had a lot of them! Also had a side of blueberry pancakes & bottomless coffee. Parked in the heart of the town in Roswell surrounded in tacky Alien stores. Visited the UFO Museum which I thought was awesome as this story has fascinated me since my early teens. Roswell was one of ...
... go, right? Well, the New Mexico Bottomless Lake State Park is just outside Roswell. Bottomless, because the cowboys that drove herds up the Goodnight Loving Trail watered their cattle here, and those resourceful cowboys tried to figure out how deep the lakes (really sink holes) were by tying all their lariats together, tying on a stone and tossing the whole shebang in the drink. Either the cowboys didn't have enough lariats or the underground current ...
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