Turner Inn & RV Park

303 Highway 60 , Mountainair, New Mexico, 87036, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 303 Highway 60 , Mountainair, is near Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument.
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    New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by jasonstaten on Aug 04, 2012

    7 photos

    ... the poverty others in other environments suffer.

    Eventually I passed over a creek that was apparently the Rio Grande, then passed quickly into the Horizon, leaving behind the city that is home to Breaking Bad, Albuquerque, New Mexico!


    A small town hello to Dr Linda

    A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb on Jun 20, 2012

    ... called her office she worked about a mile down the road- Main Street- and literally about 100 feet off our path to Santa Fe.

    So, we had a wonderful opportunity to stop and visit with Linda in her clinic- only now do I realize that her background in Estanica, where she is the only doctor and responsible for everything that goes on there prepares her perfectly for her role as ship's doctor- before hitting the road again, Santa Fe bound.



    A travel blog entry by jaredandjen on Apr 17, 2011

    ... in Albuquerque we are going to stop at a Camping World to see if Jared can get the parts to fix the hydraulic piece and what can be done about the door.

    Anyway like I said we are heading to Albuquerque tomorrow. My parents and Shannon are flying in on Tuesday so we wanted to get set up at a campground tomorrow before they get here and clean up the RV some so their luggage will fit in with all of our stuff. I can't wait for them to get ...

    Dune June!

    A travel blog entry by thebucknalls on Jun 03, 2010

    15 photos

    ... towards Texas. We stopped in a small town called Lincoln to check out more Wild West history. To call it a town is a slight overstatement as it is really just a few buildings on either side of a quiet road, but it was once the most dangerous stretch of road in the country! This was due to the Lincoln County War which took place in the 1800's between rival gangs. The war started when an Englishman, John Tunstall, took up residence in Lincoln and opened a provisions store which ...

    The missions

    A travel blog entry by ambersky12 on Feb 21, 2009

    11 photos

    So we struck out at about 11 am and reached the first of the missions by early afternoon. We brought the dogs, which are allowed on leash, and some snacks and water. The sites are spectacular. The first (Abo)to was about a 1/2 mile walk to reach the actual site. The buildings were made of sandstone. The architecture itself if beautiful with ...