Days Inn Las Vegas
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... again, seeking the small towns of north central New Mexico where the Kit Carson worked as an Army Scout, Billy the Kid ran afoul of the law, and John Fremont mapped the westward expansion of our nation. After an overnight stay in Lubbock, where the stockyard aromas invaded our hotel room, we entered the Land of Enchantment.
Get Along Little Dogie
We could have bought a calf -- or even a herd of yearlings -- in Clovis, New ...
... smelled like asparagus later when she squatted to pee. When Gilbert the camp host came over the say hello, they began to discuss the great tree. I had positioned the tent right I front of this great tree, so we could look up as we were laying in our sleeping bags and see its old knarley branches. Leela thought it was an Aspen but also thought it was too old and too big to be an aspen. Gilbert our New Mexico Indian camp host said the tree was a cottonwood. Makes me think of ...
That is not the only reason it should be dynamited, though. Mount Rushmore had and has religious meaning to the Indians. In Australia, Aborigines rightly get shirty when you walk to the top of Uluru or call it Ayer’s Rock. The Mount Rushmore ‘monument’ is similar to Uluru being defaced with the heads of Edward Barton, Robert Menzies, John Howard and Bob Hawke on a scale of 100 : 1.
Another of the USA’s not to be missed attraction ...
... we had some showers and a little hail. At Fort Union, the sky was dark and there was lightning and thunder in the distance so we hurried through the self guiding tour. As we drove the next twenty miles to our campground, it only started to rain and then huge hail stones just two miles before we arrived. Thank goodness. The funny thing was that the drivers from New Mexico pulled over but not us – the roads were not bad and we could still ...
... old homes, businesses, and through a pueblo before entering the state park.
It has a different reservation system than I have encountered before. If you find a green-non reservation site, you can have it for one night but then must move to another site or call and pay to make a reservation. What a system!
Found the leaders, Gary and Nancy and then went and found a spot near the group campground right on ...