Cloudcroft Hotel

Address: 306 Burro Ave, Cloudcroft, New Mexico, 88317, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 306 Burro Ave, Cloudcroft.
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    Travel Blogs from Cloudcroft

    Wild horses in Cloud Croft

    A travel blog entry by rbtweety on Jul 29, 2015

    13 photos

    ... and looked at T-shirts but didn't get any.

    We then went to Mad Jack's Mountaintop BBQ. It was absolutely wonderful. Randy ate his and part of was really good but huge!

    We then started home and on the road home we ran into a herd of wild horses. They were beautiful and in the middle of the road. Got some pictures I hope you enjoy them all!

    Love to you all and hope all is well with all of you.

    Trust in our Lord,

    Randy and Betty

    They say it takes a week to get out of Texas

    A travel blog entry by bransi on Sep 23, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Oliver Lee state park

    A travel blog entry by themccredies on Jul 30, 2013

    1 comment

    The drive to this state park had us drive directly through Lincoln National Forrest. It went from 97 degrees on the desert to 58 degrees in an evergreen Forrest in less than 40 minutes. The map showed that our camp ground was right on the edge of the National Forrest. We were hopeful that it would mean a good night sleep in the cool mountain air. Our hopes were dashed when we passed through a tunnel and saw the desert in front ...

    Lost in the Desert, Hallucinating About Dessert

    A travel blog entry by kyleandmegan on Jun 18, 2012

    2 photos

    ... decrease significantly if your name doesn't rhyme with chili. Green chilis, for those who don't know, are the mild chili peppers grown in the Southwest and use to drench every type of food in flavorful, heavenly bliss. Hamburgers, burritos, enchiladas, french fries, everything. They're the best. We continued our drive through Las Cruces, past the murder site of Pat Garrett (I am a huge Western ...

    We were robbed!

    A travel blog entry by mcgovern on Apr 22, 2012

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... made by the mountains. The mountains drop the rock that contains gypsum, and then they float down the river. When the river dries up every summer, the rocks break apart and the wind blows the particles away and they form the dunes. The gypsum sand is very fine and pure white like snow. I liked sledding down the dunes because I was going really fast. My Dad tried to go down it but ...