Red Lion Hotel Farmington
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Another leisurely morning in the beautiful Durango campsite (yes, part of it spent watching and 'illegally' (per Holly) feeding the chipmunks). Then pack up and hit the road. We stop at a few condo viewing sites (pays to be prepared in case we do retire here) and then head south to meet up with Holly’s dad Reese in a small town in New Mexico …
Tastes like sweet magnoila wine, honey drippin' from your mouth
And that sweet little gal of mine, she's the finest in the south
Now the days are getting longer, nights are getting colder
I just want to come back home, lay my head down on your shoulder.
-The Amazing Rhythm Aces.
This will likely be my final entry …
Pulled out of Sedona early with Jo driving..got a good run through the Canyon and Flagstaff, the scenery changed from the Evergreen forests to red earth to undulating hills white hills then back to Red.. amazing really. Turned off at Kayenta and headed to Monument Valley..Navajo land .....everything is Indian owned.. $5.00 a head to enter and WOW …
... were on top of the world. We had hiked one area of the badlands and decided to do a little hiking right in front of our campsite. It was, you guessed it, gorgeous. It is one of the many things that I cannot describe. I am at a lack for words. At times, the view made me feel like I was on an ocean floor (minus the water), and other times it seemed like we were on another planet that had not yet been discovered. The ...
... end, I ended up thanking Grant for making me break some rules and make some memories. :0)
I'm so proud of Erica for going mountain climbing with me! She totally 'rocked' it!
I'm really glad I ended up climbing the side of the very summit of Tucamcari, because the view from the top was breathtaking. Nothing for miles and miles but purple buttes and crawling black shadows from the few clouds that hung ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Lion Hotel Farmington
Located among many other two star hotels in Farmington. Not a great first impression upon arrival. Landscaping not the best and some trash outside. Nice lobby but with the sun shining on a lobby table you could see there was a lot of dust on it. Second floor hallway had windows open at the end letting in 95 degree heat. Room was missing a light bulb and one of the other lights didn't work. Room was otherwise clean and in good order. $65 pre-tax seems an appropriate rate for this hotel.
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