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... is getting noticeably hotter as we reach the south and we are getting a good idea of how hot Texas is going to be! The plan from now is to head to the campsite and chill for a few hours before dinner. We have the option to go to a drive in cinema tonight but I am undecided what to do as I have seen the films before and it's rather expensive. I shall give it some ...
No, we weren’t abducted by aliens (although it was entirely possible for that to happen when we stopped in the infamous town of Roswell, New Mexico - known for the 1947 alien spaceship landing. or was it a government spy plane? I’ll go with the former. We even have proof! See the photos of Elijah and his buddies below).
Anyway, we drove somewhere between 15-18 hours (it’s easy to lose count) from ...
... the last minute feeling inspired we decided to hike back out the Natural Entrance. The 800ft 1.5 mile climb out was a lot tougher than coming down, but with umbrella and knife in hand we made it out. We truly are rockstar hikers now.
Back at the campsite we rewarded ourselves with a dinner of BBQ pork and beef. Talking to the owners we discovered that for two months in the summer here they are infested with tarantulas. I'm pleased we came here in the winter.
... of cups of coffee back to the room and made scrambled eggs in the micro wave. The caverns were amazing and no wonder they are Unesco heritage listed. ****** breakfast inCarlsbad, only muffins and pastries and we ate our own food in the room which was ok thanks to eggs and a micro wave. Not too far to drive and not too smelly either. Wouldn't it be terrible to live in a place where it regularly smells of gas? You would think you were slowly poisoned. Anyway the drive ...
... in Rutherford. My method: Each time I need a new jar of salsa, I buy a different kind. I'm limiting the trial to salsas made in southern New Mexico, so Old El Paso and other national brands are out. I figure that by the time I've tried them all I'll forget what the first ones tasted like, so I'll just try them all again. That's what I did with the teas, and I enjoyed every cuppa!
There is only a tiny section of frozen potato foods in the ...
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