Holiday Inn Express Roswell
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... rockets at a ranch a few miles outside of town.
Conner also drove the car for the first time today. He did pretty good. He's still a little clumsy with the brakes and turning while accelerating at the same time is eluding him. He drove on some back streets that paralleled Main Street downtown. He eventually turned onto Main and drove for a few blocks.
... Roswell about a mile and half. We're backed up to a beautiful alfalfa field read for cutting. It's already going to be the second cut, according to Lee, female, one of the owners. It's a great place to grow things here in New Mexico.
After I took a short nap, after lunch, we, of course had to run back into town to pick up a few groceries. We'll be going to Carlsbad Caverns on Friday with Lisa and Rich, so Lynn wants to ...
... Luke had the fire roaring. Loving camp life. I thought it would be a good idea to write all of our names on some stones and place them round the campfire a cute little reminder for those next camping on our pitch who was here before them :) Dinner consisted of tacos and tortillas provided by Ros and Zoe. Absolutely delicious and very Mexican appropriate. After dinner, Joe and Betina had to wash up and then it was time for a chill out round the campfire with a beer ...
... s get one! Well, THEY LIE! The doughnut was mediocre but it's hard to call any doughnut bad because after all, it is a doughnut. So, I had my questionable doughnut and rode over to where I saw a building that said La Nortena, World Famous Tortillas who claims to be world famous. Well, La Nortena, I never heard of you and Pecos, TX is not the world! I'm starting to see a pattern here in Pecos, hmmm. You guys need to get out more!
So, I ...
... with him sometimes but other time he rides off alone for a couple of weeks or more. He said the break makes them both happy.
I have to say that the folks at the KOA campgrounds have all been super friendly and cheerful. I think some of these places are franchises so they have to make sure the campers are happy. They are very accommodating and smile broadly. If I didn't know better, I would think these people were pod people cause nobody smiles ...