Travelers Lodge and RV Park
Travel Blogs from Truth or Consequences
... or thumb to shift those gears goin' uphill. It's tough to get by on anything less than 300 horsepower!! Yeah, we're all blood brothers of the open road... Scott ----- over 900 miles into this and I have come to a 'two state' solution. My butt and hard, molded seat have finally established peace and agreed to live side by side. Oh, it's not all olive branches and there are the disharmonious moments, but there seems to be an uneasy truce and agreement to work ...
Man..... Texas is a wide state. We spent two days crossing it...
Finally, we got through it and went through El Paso ... There are some beautiful places there and some real shabby places....I got a few photos going by.....
OK, not long after passed the State line of New Mexico... First stop was a potty break. Phew! Oops! Back into potty places. The first rest stop was beautiful... ...
We left Benson under sunny skies with scattered high clouds and found the highway was not as busy as yesterday. The trucks must have started to travel north through Arizona once again. After passing through the Dragoons, one of our favorite rock formations, we decided to make a stop in Willcox to see if our 'favorite' coffee shop was still there. ...
While driving down the road, Bonnie made a toothbrush rug to fit the lower step of the entry to the RV. Bill's legs started to bother him soo much that he decided to try driving standing up. He didn't do that very long. We were driving south with a ferocious west ...
... and Enid went into T or C to do some shopping.I guess?
Next weekend is Memorial Day and this place will be a zoo. Enid and I will be work traffic control from Wednesday through Sunday.
Below are a few photos of a sunset on 5/18/10
I'll send more details later. ...
Other places to stay in Truth or Consequences
2270 N Date , Truth or Consequences | 1 star hotelfrom $66
2205 North Date Street, Truth or Consequences | 3 star hotelfrom $79
501 McAdoo St, Truth or Consequences | Hotelfrom $99
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- Why go to TorC? For the Sierra Grande Lodge!
- Did you love "Northern Exposure"?