Holiday Inn Express Roswell
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Woke in the morning to discover the bug going round had claimed 2 more victims - Jack and yungi were now added to the list. We couldn't hang around though and before we knew it we were packed and in the van once more. This time I decided to watch some more game of thrones to occupy my time. Eventually some tin foil was passed around...we were approaching Roswell so had to make hats to prevent the aliens from reading/stealing ...
... and said when he was younger he let the wind blow him away for about 28 years. Then the wind blew him back. And, yes the wind was whipping about 30-40 MPH today. Not so much while in the upper levels of the canyon, but when on flat land. Anyway, Don was deaf in one ear and wore a hearing aid in the other. Naturally, the aid was in the ear always away from us. The man talked the entire 2 1/2 hours of the tour. I mean talked and talked and talked. ...
... got his fish from and he told me they call him from San Diego or Hawaii sometimes when they've caught something good and then they Fedex it straight to him in Roswell. He must have friends in the right places because it was the best sushi I've had in a long time.
The next morning, I got up early and walked Oscar across the sports grounds of the New Mexico Military Institute to Starbucks for a coffee. Then onto the UFO Museum and Research Centre, which ...
The GPS took us through the big rig roads, through the country side outside of Roswell. We kept cracking alien jokes as we drove through the farmlands into town.
No kitschy diner, but kitschy enough diner called Farley's.
Did laundry and gave the cats a bath d/t all the freaking sand. We weren't supposed to take any sand home.. but we ended up with LOTS in the car.
... fascinating place with numerous articles, government documents, affidavits and conspiracy theories relating to the 1947 crash and potential government cover-up, as well as other UFO sightings over the last 60 years. After about 3 hours in this museum, we drove through the middle of the town checking out the alien head street lampposts, cheesy alien phrases on store windows and restaurants, and had some fun ...