Rodeway Inn Roswell
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- Microwave in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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We are on the road again today to Carlsbad Caverns National Park.We passed through some of the oil fields of Texas and Pecos where the first rodeo was held.
After driving through the picturesque park, we descended over 340 feet to the cave below. The Big Room that we toured was the size of 6 football fields. We had a nice little hike but …
... the hills exposing mountains far off in the west. They got larger as I headed north approaching Fort Stockton. I stopped to take pictures of the Old Fort. I expected something like Fort Apache from the TV show in the 60's. The fort was a little less impressive but I took pictures.
North of Fort Stockton the land for 100 miles in every direction had oil wells dotting the landscape to Carlsbad NM.
It's still misting a bit as I took a load of laundry over to the Park Laundry Room. There's only one of each machine, so it will take awhile, but we're in a very happy mood that all went very well this morning at the MD's.
As I type this, Lisa and Rich are preparing to drive to SEATAC to board their plane for the flight down here to Albuquerque. They'll drive here this afternoon and we'll meet them for breakfast ...
... for ever. We reached the Santa Fe KOA and had a spot of lunch and a cheeky beer, the view was amazing all you could see what mountain after mountain and the skies were a baby blue colour and the sun was glistening a sight that was much appreciated after all that rain :) Once we reached the town of Santa Fe we battled the huge crowds as there was a fiesta on in the square lots and lots of food stalls selling all sorts of Spanish and Mexican food from huge corn on ...
... I went in because they have this art piece right outside that made me crack up. It's a metal sculpture of a cowboy in a debris field and there's an alien sitting on the ground waving howdy. For some reason, it just makes me flash to the old Where's Waldo book we used to read to the kids. So I pay my $5 admission and the tour begins.
Overall, the museum is pretty fun because they take some stuff seriously but at the same time it is evident ...