Americas Best Value Inn Farmington
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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 ...
... the Scamp and got it set up nicely in the inlet. The view was spectacular. There were probably two or three other campers in the badlands area, but we could not see any of them from our site. We overlooked the badlands below and just could not get over the fact that we could sleep right there, for free! Erik went to work creating a toilet for me. I have never been so proud of myself for roughing it like this before. ...
... 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 ...
... tent campers. Public campgrounds (State or National parks) and places in more politically left-leaning are mire likely to have places just for tents. I require a picnic table and a place for fires (if allowed). I also like to pay no more than $20 for a night.
Today we began in St. George, Utah, on the Nevada border and not far feom Zion National Park and the Grand Loop of Southwestern parklands. The centerpiece of St. George was an alabaster Mormon temple. Streets ...
Today on our way from the Cumbres and Toltec to the Durango and Silverton we stopped in at the Bolack Electromechanical Museum in Farmington New Mexico. This is called a museum but it is really the "collection" of Tommy Bolack of anything things electrical or mechanical. His collection consists of an old steam locomotive, an old airplane (DC-3), numerous electric power meters, a transmitter from the local TV station, and lots more. ...