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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... formations glittered and glistened. Colors from minerals long ago deposited on the hanging formations such as stalactites, draperies, flowstone and soda straws made the decorations look like hanging carrots or beets, bacon or strawberries. It was mesmerizing.
We camped at the campground right next to the park for two nights and did everything they had to offer at the Caverns. Unfortunately we only have pictures of the mountain that the caverns are ...
... on our way for the final push at 5.55 pm. Andrew went to la la land for a couple of hours. Try as I might to read my Clive Cussler book, there is always an interruption by Chanda on the microphone. Anyway we watched an hour documentary in preparation for tomorrow's visit to the LBJ Ranch. We watched the life of Mrs Lady bird, President Johnson's wife, she was a remarkable woman and very likeable and engaging. We finally after the longest day on the tour arrived ...
... to New Mexico' sign, and headed on down to Carlsbad.
We got into camp, and were actually pretty excited about where we were staying. This place was tailored to families - there was a swingset, a playground, a rumpus room (complete with air hockey, pool, table tennis, and arcade games), and an indoor pool.
After a few games of table tennis and air hocket, it was once again Harriet, Elise and my turn for dinner (this comes around ...
... 500 miles, stopped at Roswell (the place with the aliens) got some good food in a restaurant which was lovely and a lovely change from fast food. Before heading towards our "kampground" never saw any aliens, a lot more ugly people, yes. But no aliens. All of a sudden there was a downpour, and this was a pretty wild down pour. Now the roads here have been superb! But they can't drain water. Our ...
... see" to any bucket list you may or may not have. Matt wanted to spend most of the time out of his wheel chair walking the trails. We were slow, but the 52 deg temp was a welcomed cool change and we enjoyed the caves going very slow.
Once the cave hike was done, we collected Ricky from the kennel, none the worse for the wear and headed off toward White Sands. I'll pick up that story with a new blog entry.