Oak Tree Inn - Vaughn
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After a good nights sleep and a little bit of a lie in we went to get some breakfast. Cowboy dad and his two girls obviously had the same idea; they strode across the breakfast area all wearing jeans with heavy duty leather belts, straw cowboy hats and boots (complete with spurs!). Having lassoed a table they sat down to enjoy their waffles.
After breakfast we decided to call ...
The morning air was warm and still as we made our way past the usual collection of disorientated beetles, all led on their backs and flailing their legs in the air. Either these beetles are incredibly useless or beetle tipping is the chosen sport of New Mexico!
We sat down at the wobbly table for a breakfast of biscuits and gravy followed by a 'healthily and fit' Dannon strawberry yoghurt, 0% fat and only 50 calories! With ...
... 2011) and the Odeon Theatre (built 1937 and still operating).
Tucumcari is a railway town, in 1901 the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad company built a construction camp in the western portion of modern-day Quay County. Originally called Ragtown, the camp became known as Six Shooter Siding, due to numerous gunfights. After it grew into a permanent settlement, it was renamed Tucumcari in 1908.
Old U.S. Route 66 runs through the heart of ...
... of grasshoppers and biting flies playing piggyback.
As we walked around the waters edge I noticed a massive insect land and start to drink from the lakeshore, I shouted to mum "Don't move" and carefully began to position myself in a crouched position to get the perfect shot. Only later did I learn that the impressive critter was a tarantula hawk!
Tarantula hawks are gigantic wasps, up to 5cm (2 in) long, which not surprisingly hunt tarantulas. ...
... the underside of the car park fence, and so began the great Conchas Lake bug hunt. Next to be seen in the car park was a damselfly, followed by a very large green grasshopper and then a small yellow shield bug (one of about 5 million!).
On leaving the car park we saw a lizard scurry over the rocks and hide from the sun and also noticed, as the lake came into view, that the water level was very high; higher than we'd ever seen it before. Normally the ...