Caverns Motel of Carlsbad
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As we passed through Fort Stockton, we honored the 'Texas Stop Sign' and visited the local Dairy Queen. In Boston, I feel compelled to go to Dunkin Donuts, in New Orleans I go to Pat O'Brien's, in San Francisco it's Ghiradelli, and in west Texas...it's DQ. While in Fort Stockton, we added another entry to our list of big things by the side of the road. We stopped to admire the world's biggest roadrunner, ...
... crevices produce the spectacular limestone formations. We took a guided tour through King's Palace that lasted 1.5 hrs. Our guide told stories of the early explorers, the caves geological development, and how researchers are studying bacterial life for possible cancer cures. In the ...
... The views are not as spectacular as the last park. Once again we have low vegetation with some trees in the campground. There is a reservoir with a dam but no swimming. You can see for miles around and you can see some foothills in the distance. Our site is nice with a shaded picnic area. The last park had bison and deer; this park has bunnies and birds. More photo ops!
Today it is raining. The rain started last night and has continued. This is why I ...
... so-called natural way. Hence, I have spontaniously decided to walk the natural way out which is much more exhausting than walking into it which is down. Well, you need to know that the cave is 250 m below ground. The elevator needs a minute to travel up or down. The time given to visit the cave was very limited, so I was a bit worried if I could make it up on time. The sign said it takes 1 hr to walk up. If so, then I would be too late ...
... hard but it seemed easier then at Big Bend and my knee didn't hurt at all. When we got to the bottom we had veggie and pork fajitas and it was so satisfying. This time we were much less sore and I didn’t have a headache so we spent the afternoon at the visitor center using their wifi to catch up with everyone back home. We were both kind of smelly and the campsite didn’t have any ...
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