Atrium West Inn Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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Wednesday's seven hour drive to Fort Stockton, TX was a pleasant one. The beautiful rugged terrain was unexpected. We thought of nephew Jacob in his Great Divide Ride last summer as we crossed the continental divide in southern New Mexico. We've heard much chatter about that famous mountain bike route from many folks here in the southwest. After hitting Las Cruces, NM we veered south into Texas and the sprawling city of El Paso. The border to Mexico is so close that I received ...
... Deming and all along the way, we noticed drones flying overhead - we're close to the Mexico border. The roads were terrible - DOT workers need to start doing some repairs on these roads. The reason I say this is that big headline news last night reported that the NM DOT workers were caught partying in a local hotel and there were many arrests and some DOT workers fired.
When we arrived in ...
... t too bad driving through.
Ran into a few showers at various times, but nothing like what Ronny & Linda drove through yesterday, apparently. Several areas were having some drainage problems, but it wasn't too difficult.
We stopped at the Walmart in Carlsbad about 1:15 and walked around a bit then took a Subway break.
We crossed back into Texas about 2pm (MDT), 3pm (CDT). ...
... is still pretty big.
The Flats jumped out of the car and ran to the foot of the roadrunner. They are right about the "Welcome". And after looking around, Flat Bill saw a liquor store called "It's 5-o clock somewhere" and wanted a drink but we told him it was too early. After all it was 3pm....not 5-o'clock. Cris ...
... to get gas…she never saw the humor in it!).
When we got to Ft. Stockton, we found the Hilltop RV Park. In spite of their assertion that it was on a "hilltop" while the fact is that the terrain is as flat as a tabletop. It was, however, so exposed that the wind blew pretty strongly the entire time we were there. Their brochure cautions campers to keep awnings closed ...