Econo Lodge Clovis
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... Beebee who is Zeus' and Elle-mays' daughter.
And so concludes our week in Tucumcari; we said an emotional farewell to auntie Mon, knowing full well that this might be the last time we see her. We will miss all our Tucumcari friends and thank them all for making us feel more than welcome.
Tomorrow we trade the mesaland backdrop for that of the southern Rockies of Santa ...
... into the water.
We sat and watched the spectacle for a while before venturing away from the boat ramp and further round the lakeshore, it was there that I managed to get a picture of Bombus navadensis (the Nevada bumblebee).
It was now lunchtime and we returned to Mon's to hoover up the leftovers from last nights party and watch Happy Gilmore, one of Mon's favourite movies. As we chatted to Mon the sky's ...
... Route 66 Boulevard, which was previously known as Tucumcari Boulevard from 1970 to 2003. It is the largest city on the highway between Amarillo, Texas and Albuquerque, New Mexico. Billboards reading "TUCUMCARI TONITE!" placed along I-40 for many miles to the east and west of the town invite motorists to stay the night in one of Tucumcari's "2000" (later changed to "1200") motel rooms.
After cruising downtown Tucumcari for a while we pulled into Kix for coffee ...
High on my bucket was (and I say was) Taos. Poor Tom drove about nine hours, some of them in a raging rain storm. Taos was a bust. We immediately headed for Santa Fe.
The ride, however to Taos was nothing short of spectacular. The landscapes were like paintings. We traveled through sage brush fields and majestic mountains. We miss so much of this beautiful country when we travel by plane.
Campsite Site #20 - New Mexico State Park with site water, electric, & dump station nearby. Elevation about 4,000 ft. Notes - Quiet campsites - Declining cottonwood trees due to the drought. - Pond no longer spring feed due to dropping water tables. - The pond area is nicely landscaped and stocked with trout in the winter & catfish in the summer. - ...