Majestic Mountain Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... travertine bridge in the world, measuring 400' long at 183' high.
Due to a motorcycle accident, Steve only has one leg but let me tell you, he put all of us to shame as he whipped down the tricky trail as if he were falling gracefully!!
... good during the storm. Boy, have we been lucky!
We left the state park and drove right across the street to a beautiful shopping center that went on for miles with a Wal-Mart in it. This plaza was something else. Drove to interstate 10 and hopped on heading north. The winds were not bad today but they were still not good but everyone says this is the worse stretch for winds in the state.
At Picacho, we got ...
Yesterday's travels were just fantastic; maybe the best day of my trip so far. The road from Alamogordo, NM, toward the Arizona border winds its way through an every-changing palette of colors, textures and elevations. Alamogordo is about 4500 feet above sea level, but the road ascends to 7000 plus feet and stays in that range for almost two hundred miles. And just as ...
... 8211; but that way you can see sunrise and sunset at the park. The rock formations against the blue sky were out of this world. The sun is blazing on the trails and we saw some people who were a bit overwhelmed by the heat; what we also noticed is all the different languages – a lot of international visitors visit the National Parks, renting RVs (the company Cruise America is doing very well). We understood what they were ...
... Desert into New Mexico. Here is what I call, God's land. Okay, I have to admit. I'm the avid fisherman, but where I stayed beckoned me to get some rest and relaxation instead of baiting up for trout. I stayed at Kohl's Ranch Lodge where my cabin sat more less than 20 meters from Tonto Creek. Each morning I had my coffee and each evening I had my wine (or beer) dangling my digits in the frigid running waters. Although I could have easily rented a pole from the front desk, ...