Wortley Pat Garrett Hotel
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We got up, again fairly early on Friday. I started the bacon before Lynn was in the kitchen. By 9:15 Lisa and Rich had shown up and we had a great re-union. It's been since Christmas since we've seen each other. The breakfast with eggs to order, bacon (of course!) and French toast was great. We packed the cooler and our necessities and were off in the rental car for Carlsbad Canyons.
The drive was uneventful enough that I got ...
... remaining in the US. Many of the west most famous characters were present in this place; Billy the Kid, Kit Carson, Pat Garrett, John Chisum and Lew Wallace (of BEN HUR fame). The buildings which are open to the public are much as they looked in 1880. Exhibits document the history of the region, focusing on the LINCOLN COUNTY WAR (depicted in the movie "Young Guns" and others). They have historic reenactments at various times during the summer months, but by this time of the ...
... forget the Nazi Foo Fighter of 1945 display created with toys. I have no idea what this is supposed to really represent but I might have to research this when I get home out of curiosity. There's one display that asked the question I had in mind "Wow, What's this?" It was also created in 1945 with toys. I still can't figure out what it is!
They had one wall with pictures of presidents and other high-ranking folks who were believers. I liked ...
... concern, and he leaves. The whole time I am thinking, "Dude, you need the shade more than me". This guy's face is beat red and he is a large gent! So, to my naysayers, I had to say "nah nah nah, I was right!". I knew bringing that gas can with me was the right thing to do! LOL
I can’t remember the name of the tiny town that was a mile away but I got to it and fueled both the bike and my gas can again. There wasn’t much to this town ...
... through Indian country, dotted with reservations, casinos and trading posts all run by them (not sure which tribes) we get to Albuquerque, the old town looks very nice but we decide to drive on. Arrive at Sante Fe around 12.30, the houses are immediately so different, mostly built adobe style with flat roofs and all in earth colours - really pretty. We find our way to the old part of town and ...