Desert Aire Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sitings. The debate continues today.
From Roswell, we proceeded to the city of Alamogordo, NM and we traveled through some extraordinarily beautiful terrain. Initially, we saw dry, gentle, but massive rolling hills and then entered the Lincoln National Forest to over 7500 foot elevation. We passed through Ruidoso, ...
... are and how crazy such things must seem to others.
Tomorrow, so I've heard, we going to the Farmers Market at the Fairgrounds and then to the Pistachio Ranch for a tour. I've never toured a "Nut Ranch" before, only a "Nut House," but let's not go into that. I'll report how the ranch visit goes.
The wind continues to jostle us about a bit, but we have our jacks down and are quite comfortable here.
... a semi truck which apparently had skidded on the wet road, hit the guard rail, crossed median and jack-knifed. The front was smashed pretty flat, but the cab looked like it wasn't bad, so it looked like the driver was OK. The weather had flash flood warnings out and as we drove through Ruidoso, the streets were flooded. SO THE WEATHER HAS TURNED-time to go back to Texas where it's warm. This afternoon you could not see the top of the mountains from the ...
We left Carlsbad at 8 and headed to the white sands at Alamogordo, NM after a stop to walk through the bat cave. Once at white sands we hired five sand boards and set to sliding down the huge dunes! When everyone was tired of that we headed to our campsite, a mile trek into the dunes and watched the sunset. ...
... in the driveway while the beer-bottom chicken simmered away on the BBQ. It was such a pleasant evening and we took lots of photos for Jessica & Ryan to see....mostly posted on Facebook. So as not to intrude on bedtime for the kids, we left about 8 PM and headed back to Holloman for the night.
Another breakfast of cereal got us started for our next exploration. We wanted an early start to visit the White Sands National Monument. We stopped in the ...