Days Inn & Suites Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... why I was just more than a little nervous when the Officer went INSIDE the camper! oy vey ... Then we discovered that to park the truck & trailer, so we could walk around, we had to go to the Arizona side, waaaaay up the hill, and would have had to walk down (& back up) the hill.... so, we just drove over the dam, turned around and went back out onto Route 93 and set out on our way. In hind sight of course, we should have just ...
... 1 person; $44.50. It was the Trifecta! It satisfied my own strict criteria! It fulfilled all of my short term needs. It was perfect.
I kept going. I cannot explain why I do that. I make my own rules, I set my own expectations and then I don't follow my own guidelines. I always think that I can do better. My daughter has taught me the term FOMO. Fear Of Missing Out. It is a disorder that I suffer from. Even when I get what I want, I want better. Gotta learn to settle ...
... pictures. She was nice enough answering our questions and letting us take pictures as long as we didn’t come on the property. There apparently are a lot of people that come by to see the house. We aren’t positive, but we think she just stands outside her house all day talking to people as they come by to see it. It was kind of a letdown with her hovering, and it looked to be painted a different color. Next stop, the car wash. That looked like the ...
After leaving Bowie we continued north on 287 to I-40 seeing bits and pieces of Route 66.
We ran into very severe weather just inside New Mexico. The cross wind was so bad that I had to reduce our speed down to 40mph. It was literally raining sideways pushing rain in through the side windows of the camper. I've never driven in such a strong cross wind and care not to ever again.
The Santa Rosa campground is nice but a bit ...
... it would be good to wash the towels again. We say farewell to Texas at Glenrio and enter New Mexico. Glenrio actually straddles the border which is weird as here we also change time zones and we gain an hour. Just over the border is the New Mexico Tourist Information Centre. This is a good place to start our NM leg of the journey. Tucumcari is the next town on Route 66 , it has a few RV parks and a laundry so it might be a good place to call it stumps ...