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Going to sleep in Las Cruces, NM.
Saw the most
beautiful sunset, but took pictures with my eyes.
Carlsbad Caverns is
every good adjective under the sun. There just
aren't enough words to
describe it! Too tired to post pics and blog.
By the way, there was no visitor center in Nowhere, New Mexico (LOL)
so we …
... called the office where we received a message saying no one was there to help us, but would call us back….which they never did. By this time a bit of frustration was creeping into my demeanor, and I decided to get back on the highway to find someone to ask for information. We drove 10 or so mile further into the outback where we were confronted by a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint. Now this was at least 60 or 70 ...
... elevator back up. It's about 800 feet of elevation loss from the entrance to the lower caverns, and the walkway is pretty nice so not a huge burden on two sets of sore calves.
Said again....the caverns are spectacular! Pictures can't do it justice, nor can verbal descriptions. The size of some of the "rooms" are ...
... for 6 weeks, it's a bit overwhelming I must say. I hope I packed enough clothes, I hope I didnt forget anyhthing, and I hope I am prepared for 60% chance of rain everyday, haha, because I am sure not used to that in New Mexico. I am excited to meet the people and enjoy the landscape in Costa Rica! Bye now! I will be in touch from a different part of the world ...
- A cool Eagar morning.
- A New Mexico driving day.
- For us, Las Cruces had some hits and misses.
One thing that I didn't realize driving to Eagar yesterday from Moab was the change in elevation we would make throughout the day; Moab sits at about 4000’ but heading essentially due south on Hwy 191 through the Indian reservation we were climbing ...