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Front desk was very nice. Rooms are clean...older hotel but nice.
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Today was a very long travel day. We left Grants, NM at 9:00 a.m. and arrived in Bakersfield at 8:30 p.m.! We did little sightseeing as there isn't much to see along I-40 through AZ.
This was the most boring part of the trip so far. I got tired of seeing dry brown grass, hundreds of pinyon trees and red rock. We did go on Rt. …
Today was a long day in the car. We drove off Interstate 40 to Route 66. Wow, talk about deserted and being in a time warp! It is amazing how businesses actually exist on this highway. We went to a museum which Rich really enjoyed. It the was most reasonably priced entrance....$4.00 @!
We certainly chose the right time to …
... today; Scott provided some metal screws, washers and bolts which he and Nadine fixed together. It looks like a permanent fix (touch wood). Tomorrow is another relatively short day at 29 miles; after that it gets tough on the run into Silver City and water sources look super scarce. Day 62. Thursday 16th October. Pie Town to Valle Tio Vinces Campground. We had a very lazy morning today as it was hard to drag ourselves away from the comfort of The Toaster House. We got up ...
... We drove through extensive lava fields, in fact they built the freeway right through some passing Grants! I felt we were back in Hawaii as the lava in spots looks black and spikey just like Hawaii; other areas it looks like it flowed and then great pieces got heaved up. Interesting. The volunteer visitor centre lady had very little information to share, didn’t know what was down the road, as she said “I just drive here and then I go ...
... put us back onto the main tunnel. We found Xenolith Cave was easier to navigate compared to Junction but it was slower because most of the time we were on our stomach going through extremely narrow channels. When I say narrow I mean circumference of kitchen trash bin narrow. While in the narrow parts of the cave, we had enough room to breathe but that was about it, mobility was a big issue. We got several hundred feet farther and there was semi-large drop off. It was about 6 ...