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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> Just after crossing into NM we saw the most interesting red sand dunes you could ever see. The closest comparison I could think of are red plums. What an amazing sight. Of course I missed the pic opportunity.
Tonight’s sunset was at the beginning of a storm. The further north we went we realized we were traveling with the storm and we were both heading for ...
... seems very courteous. As for speed limits, this place has more in common with Europe than the USA. We were coming down Route 67, a two lane black top with oncoming traffic in the other lane. It's in the middle of nowhere. Speed limit on this two lane black top? 75 mph. On the interstates? 80 mph. This place rocks!
Once the fog broke, we were able to see oil rigs where they were drilling out in the rural areas. Lots of drill rigs, lots ...
... a few small mountains thrown in to break things up. Interstate 10 is super busy with trucks heading east until you hit the fork in the road heading to Dallas, then you loose 90% of the trucks.
The temperature in the park was 32C when we arrived so I put on the air conditioner so that Karen could sleep for awhile.
Travelled Today: 388km
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... go by for a week. He then leveled the land, put in gravel roads and sites, added electric/water and sewer and was in business. This all sounded like American entrepreneurship, so we went for it.
It was as advertised - to an extent. It was right off the freeway, had level gravel sites, no frills but all hookups. OK, not the nicest place we had stayed in, but we only needed an overnight. About an hours after we arrived and hook up, the electric tripped ...
... Maroon BS". The wind had picked up enough to become a bit cool, so we headed back to the trailer for the night.
I was looking forward to Thursday being a "down" day; no plans, no excursions, and no way was I getting out of bed early. However, Wendell awoke me about 2:30 AM with something a cross between a stroke and the stomach flu. As I was about to call 9-1-1, he became cogent and within a ...