Alta Vista Chalet Motel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Ronny & Linda pulled out this morning sometime. They were planning to leave between 7:30 and 8. I don't know I didn't get up until 9. Bob was up, but didn't hear them leave. They were making it a long day today by driving all the way to Junction. They thought they could make it by 6 CDT.
It was cloudy and foggy this morning, so wasn't sure about driving up to Cloudcroft, but Bob said it would be OK, so off we went. The GPS said ...
... of nothingness interspersed with the occasional cow. The drive took us from 3300 feet to 8600 feet in 91 miles, but the real interesting thing was that there was no mountains just a slow and steady climb out of the high desert into rolling hills.
We stopped at a roadside stand and I could not help to think of Ouma Lettie that always wanted to stop at each stand, even if they all sold the same products. Well this stand was a little different with a petting zoo, a ...
... started to cry. We went into the RV and took care of her and then we went to bed. I had a really fun day even though we ended with problems.
Some added commentary from Dad:
Overall, the trip is proceeding great, and most importantly everyone remains healthy. However, the last week has been a challenge, as indicated some of the posts:
1) My camera blowing off a ...
... a BBQ. Since we would be arriving late on Sunday, we planned to visit them Monday evening.
We drove through Alamogordo and turned west on Hwy 70 for about 6 miles to Holloman AFB where we were fortunate to get an RV spot in the onbase FamCamp. The camp host told us this was the first time in weeks she had a vacancy. There are several nice RV parks in the area but we always opt for the military camps when they are available. The only problem is they are ...
After 8 hours of driving in the hot jeep we arrived in Cloudcroft, NM. The temperature is cool and it's a beautiful place. As we explored the little mountain town we discovered that all the camping available is in the national forest. Good news: it's beautiful and doesn't cost an arm and a leg. Bad news: no water, no electric and no internet.
I'm not going to lie, I was really struggling the first night because I was hot, dirty and ...