Los Lunas Inn & Suites
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... the temperature in the cave never rises above freezing. Rejoining 66 at Grants I drove towards the continental divide which is where the North American continent's watershed is. All water to the west flows to the Pacific Ocean and water to the east flows to the Gulf of Mexico. After that it was downhill most of the way to Gallup past rocks that were becoming increasingly red and pink in colour. I am staying at the hotel El Rancho ...
Up and gone by 8:45 AM led us northeast toward Alamogordo, NM. On the way we went to see the White Sands National Monument. The sands are actually gypsum and is very impressive and bright. The sand is so soft to walk on. We left White Sands at around 1:30 PM and headed northward to Albuquerque, NM. We arrived at 5:15 PM after a few stops along the way. A very short walk ...
... rock wall behind the parking lot, there was a long, brilliant blue-tinged streak in the rock. It was unexpected and very pretty. We kept moving forward and finally made it to the top! Here, we turned around to admire both our progress, as well as the incredible view. It is impossible to describe the beauty of the desert scenery, and the pictures barely do it justice. As we watched, two young guys came running up the sloped slick rock. We looked ...
How many gallons is the tank: 250-300 Costs between $700-$900 to fill it Does he buy the fuel himself? Nope, the company has a gas card for that. However that is the only thing he does not buy himself. He is requird to buy the other fluids; yes, Stevens will reimberse him once they get the reciepts. How does he send Stevens the reciepts? At the ...
... below us. We hiked about 4 miles to the highest full service restaurant in north America and had a drink. It was not a bad start to my couchsurfing life.
My host informed me that he was unemployed for the week so if I wanted to pitch in for gas he could take me around to some cool spots the next day.
The next day.
I woke Up and was given a home cooked green chile breakfast burrito! The we hit the road first to Santa fe to check it out then off into the ...