Waterfall Lodge

56 Lodge Spring Road, Cloudcroft, New Mexico, 88317, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 56 Lodge Spring Road, Cloudcroft.
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Travel Blogs from Cloudcroft

Bike For Sale

A travel blog entry by hamlin-hart on Apr 06, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... store doesn't open on Sundays. However, they DO have an emergency phone # on the door that I called. Three hours later, the hardware store guy shows up. Only three motorcycle batteries on the shelf and one of them fit my bike. Yippy! So Wendi got it put in and Suzi fired right up. By this time the temps have dropped even more and it's now 5:30 pm, still snowing and ...

Escaping the Heat.

A travel blog entry by davidpostravels on Jun 21, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

Whenever the temperature begins rising in Austin so does the humidity and before not too long you are at a clam bake on the Maine coast only you are one of the clams. That is when I begin yearning for the higher elevations, the cool nights and sunny days more often than not that ...

May 19, 2012

A travel blog entry by wright2 on May 20, 2012

16 photos

This morning started off hot, we were able to leave by 9:00 but the temperature was already extremely hot and we had to change, because of the heat, before we were able to leave. We traveled north on U.S. 285 to the town of Artesia; which was a beautiful town containing homes with neat lawns and trees, this was the first time we have seen green landscaping at homes since leaving the gulf coast of Texas. In Artesia ...

A Second Reunion

A travel blog entry by dlpool on Apr 15, 2012

27 photos

... and ended his days in Hico and was buried there. She said they had forensic evidence to support the Lincoln County death....and Hico does not. Speculation is another resident of Lincoln County, who dissappeared was the one who went to Hico and assumed Billy's identity. Whoever it was did, indeed, seemed have too much information not to have been intimately involved. Anyway, now Billy rests safely underground at the Fort Sumner Military Cemetary in nearby ...

It was like a ND winter

A travel blog entry by wmaxtman on Nov 18, 2011

13 photos

... br> When we drove further into the Park it actually looked like snow on the roads and in drifts! You could see where the scrapers had been clearing the roads. We got out and walked into the stark drifts where there is hardly any vegetation. There is a backcountry campground - not sure it would be my idea of camping but certainly unique! For fun I took off my sandals and walked barefoot, imagining I was on the beach in ...