Rodeway Inn Roswell
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Microwave in room
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... 400 works (statues, wall pieces and installations) by 250 artists. And just sun a fun place to wander through. Every gallery is stuffed to overflowing with wild art. Some of it is so-so but a lot of it good and some downright great.
So that's it a day full of museum wandering. Leaving Roswell tomorrow for an ambitious journey to Artesia, then Carlsbad Caves (!) and then on to Alamogordo. White Sands here we come! (Eventually)
... rockets at a ranch a few miles outside of town.
Conner also drove the car for the first time today. He did pretty good. He's still a little clumsy with the brakes and turning while accelerating at the same time is eluding him. He drove on some back streets that paralleled Main Street downtown. He eventually turned onto Main and drove for a few blocks.
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 ...
... He basically let the kids run wild through the store which was a relief for me in a way so I didnt have to spend the whole time chasing them. On our exit he gave us one of his cd's as he is a singer. ( why is it everywhere we travel people give us their cd's, we attract singers) In the car we listened to it, great voice although we are not ones for religious music. We will still definatly listen to it though just not ...
... and pretty shortly, I start seeing these palm looking plants with a stalk coming out the top. I immediately recognize the plant but can't for the life of me remember what it is called so I pull over to take a picture since I will have a hard time describing this plant later. Now, the ones I saw are pretty well past their prime and the stalk is dead. When they are in their prime, the stalk is covered in pretty white flowers from the point where it ...