Travelodge Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... pass the American Quarter Horse Society and take a drive by snap of the statues out the front depicting the horses at work roping the steers. Next is the Cadillac Ranch. There are 10 Cadillacs buried nose first into the ground and they have graffiti all over them.anyone that visits is encouraged to grab a can of paint in town and head on out and spray to your hearts content. All around is just dirt and dust and these brightly painted cars poking out if ...
... how flat Illinois, Iowa, and Nebraska are. I would tell these folks to drive 66 or I-44 in western Oklahoma and the Texas panhandle and ask them just how rolling it is. The roads in Illinois, Iowa, and Nebraska are mountains in comparison.
Into Texas we went, stopping at McLean ...
... of New Mexico’s eastern plains all of a sudden you come to a dam and a huge lake. The hillsides of juniper and the blue waters of the lake with a rocky shoreline contrast with the dry, desert like drive to the campground. It costs $14 for electric and they do take reservations for some sites. The main campground where we stayed in the Pecos campground sits up on a hill. There is a visitor center there and at ...
... about the size of a Solivita retention pond…well maybe a little bigger, but blue and clear, and the town’s little cool spot in the middle of the desert. And we explored the golf course, which was no Grey Hawk, but a course carved out of the desert and played by the locals.
When we got back to our room, it began to storm. The wind was strong, and the rain poured down as we worked on plans for our time in ...
... sign that said Gas, Snacks and Drinks. Darn! Station closed. "No, wait, I'll just check, it looks like the garage door might be open." "Hello?" Open another door, "Hello?, anybody here?" No response convinces me to leave when I am surprised by the appearance of Mary Lou. I'm in this disheveled garage office with what must be eight different head mounts of animals. Mary Lou's husband keeps the local taxidermist in shoes for his kids. The elk head alone must take up a quarter of the ...