Quality Inn Santa Rosa
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Easy check in, large clean rooms, indoor pool, free basic breakfast
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... in my lifetime, and Las Vegas is going to dry up like an old prune and look like Chernobyl! Scary! ~~
Anyway... the day's travel was pretty boring and uneventful... something about driving across the desert, really makes me appreciate the hills & greenery of our region at home! I took some photos in areas where there was some beautiful natural landscaping.
We got off the freeway in Winslow, Arizona after I had a hissy ...
... have an audience..............
As I have said so many times, I have driven 1000's of miles of deserted roads and while I recognize that alot of it is sided by farmland or grazing land there is also ALOT of land not being utilized for anything.
A little bit of research showed that there about about 70 000 mills in the US today, each producing about 6 million KW a year. In 2013 about 100 new mills were erected each month. (Source: US Energy Commission). Mills current ...
As we were getting ready to leave Albuquerque, we hit up Filiberto’s one last time, decided to kill time by seeing a movie, although finding the theater was a pain in the ass thanks to google maps and our GPS, and then continued on to our campground for the night. Now I want to watch the series again. Thank you free Wi-Fi and Netflix!
On tomorrow’s agenda we have Cadillac Ranch, Tower Conoco and U-Drop Inn, and Texola Ghost ...
After short lay in, and a quick grocery shop at Walmart we were on our way this time to Albuquerque not really knowing what to expect. We decided upon visiting the Old Town of Albuquerque as it seemed most appealing. It was clear to see the Mexican vibe of the old town by the buildings, the artwork, and the people. Everyone was so welcoming ...
... Kit Carson. It was in 1864 that Carson forced more than 8,000 Navajos to make the 300 mile Long Walk from Fort Defiance, AZ to the 1,024,000 acre reservation at Fort Sumner. The fort was abandoned in 1868 and the Navajos were returned to their tribal lands which seemed to be most of New Mexico and Arizona (only kidding).
Billy the Kid escaped from jail here and shot his guards in 1881. Three months later Pat ...