Americas Best Value Inn Farmington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Getting ready to head out west for our trip to Lake Powell. Went to start the truck and could not get it started. Finally were able to jump it using the CRV and took it to Master Tech to let them see what was the problem. They called us with the diagnosis of needing to replace the glow plugs and so we hoped it would be ready to go by Friday.
Started doing all the packing and gathering up of all that we deemed necessary ...
Well, this is a good-looking morning and it looks like I might be leaving just in time because the clouds look a little foreboding! Adios Roswell.
I get going and no sooner am I on the road then I feel a few raindrops and behind me is a bunch of rain clouds. As much fun as I had playing tourist for the day, I want to get back on the road so hopefully I can stay ahead of the weather.
So far, so good. I've made a couple of stops to stretch ...
One of Leigh’s many recommendations was Bisti Badlands (also known as Bisti / De Na Zin Wilderness area), which is located a few hours from Santa Fe in Northwest New Mexico. We decided to make it our next destination, along with a stop at Four Corners for a photo op, before continuing to Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado. We drove from Santa Fe to Bisti with many breathtaking views and one very long gravel ...
... dreaming (and laughing) awhile about the endless business possibilities relating to Bubba's, we arrive at Reese's RV resort and hang out at his campsite (he’s towing a trailer on a long summer trip) and then go to dinner at 3 Rivers Brewery – great local atmosphere and good ice cream sundaes.
We head to a hotel in the small town of Farmington, NM, and settle in for a blog catch ...
I can't believe it's been 26 days already! The boys said, "It feels like it's only been 1 1/2 weeks". This afternoon we visited The Four Corners Monument. We entered through New Mexico. It is where the four states meet...Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado ( fun fact ). It was fun, we entered through New Mexico. Three dollars each to enter. ...