Comfort Inn & Suites

201 Schepps Blvd, Clovis, New Mexico, 88101, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 201 Schepps Blvd, Clovis, is near Norman Petty Studios.
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Travel Blogs from Clovis

Tucumcari Day 6 - Grandparents & Goodbyes

A travel blog entry by sc0tt_pr0bert on Aug 10, 2014

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... in the back of the book! Patti popped over for a couple of hours and discussed everything from religion to politics. Ruth Ann also came over shortly after with Zac to say their final goodbyes.

Deb arrived back later in the afternoon and let the four dogs out. Ellie-May and Blondie who are Chiweenies, part Chiwawa and part Wiener (sausage) dog, Zeus who is a Chiwawa Doberman ...

Tucumcari Day 5 - Bombus nevadensis

A travel blog entry by sc0tt_pr0bert on Aug 09, 2014

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... 2 for $3.

With the car gassed up and the boot loaded with supplies we headed out to Ute Lake, via a short detour to the Harding County state line, to see what interesting critters had ventured out for the weekend. Ute Lake was a lot busier than when we'd made the trip earlier in the week; there were lots of families with trucks and trailers all jostling for position, trying to reverse onto the boat ramp and offload ...

Tucumcari Day 4 - Mon's Birthday

A travel blog entry by sc0tt_pr0bert on Aug 08, 2014

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... 2011) and the Odeon Theatre (built 1937 and still operating).

Tucumcari is a railway town, in 1901 the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad company built a construction camp in the western portion of modern-day Quay County. Originally called Ragtown, the camp became known as Six Shooter Siding, due to numerous gunfights. After it grew into a permanent settlement, it was renamed Tucumcari in 1908.

Old U.S. Route 66 runs through the heart of ...

Trudging to Taos

A travel blog entry by mrsbloomie on Aug 06, 2013

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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.
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Oasis State Park - NM

A travel blog entry by postcardsus on Jul 11, 2013

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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. - ...