Knights Inn Las Vegas NM
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we thrilled at watching the weekly livestock auction and talking to a cattle rancher about what he looks for in making a key buy. It's a buyer's market these days and the arena will filled with interested cowboys wearing what looked like their Sunday best hats. The auction moved along quickly and provided behind-the-scenes insights into ranching life.
It was an odd juxtaposition to go from the livestock auction to the tiny ...
... grandma too. Gilbert's skin was the prettiest shade of dark honey brown and he had the whitest teeth you've ever seen. Balding on top his hair pulled back in a ponytail. His voice was that of the ancient people of our lands. I can still hear it in my head as we drive to Santa Fe. We switch drivers every two or three hours or so. The passenger reading, writing, sleeping, getting out snacks. We're going to meet Leela's friends- Marshall Joy and Melanie Faithful (no joke). I ...
... cliff dwellings of the Anasazi in Manitou Springs, Colorado. The Anasazi lived there in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, but the first dwellings were actually built in the late nineteenth century and expanded in the twentieth. Well, what do you know? “Until 1984, local native American Indians actually lived in these rooms”, says the brochure. The dwellings are tiny, although described as accommodating a family of four. It’s hard to believe that ...
Wednesday, June 5 - Storrie Lake State Park, Las Vegas, New Mexico
The park has twenty five sites with electricity and water hookups. Primitive camping is also available. There were pit toilets near us but the park does have hot showers , a dump station and potable water. We arrived during a rain and hail storm just for a stopover so we weren’t able to see everything the park offers. The park is on ...
... with electricity. Beautiful! The rest of the group arrived, we all set up snacks and got to know one another and have lots of laughs.
The next day we joined the part of the group that had a campfire going and we all shared in a group breakfast with Chuck's great griddle for cooking on! Mike had made biscuits and cream gravy so some people were in heaven! We were told we would have to move from where we had camped ...