Holiday Inn Express Raton
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... br> truck came past to get the skip around 7am. Thankfully nothing much
was planned today apart from a late check out and a little driving so
I could nap on and off today if needed.
From there we headed into New Mexico,
cutting through on our way to Colorado. We had a look to see what you
could do in South East New Mexico and found a couple of things. First
we stopped in Clayton which is about half ...
... was instantly mountains with snow caps. Breath taking view. It is a bit cooler and I noticed when leaving the motel yesterday that the air was cooler - even more so here I guess as we're up high. Talking of high - Trinidad is just past the border, and already we have seen stores that sell marajuana. Legal here. And the campsite smells of it with wafts coming from neighboring tents. When we checked-in with the park ranger, Jonathan asked about bears and that ...
We spent two nights at this RV park located right inside New Mexico after crossing the border from Colorado. We had been here a couple of times a few years ago, and loved the view from some of the campsites right on the edge of the pass that overlook a beautiful valley. Unfortunately, our site this time was situated away from the edge of the campground, and the view we had was just of other RVs. Oh well, a ...
... on the way home.
Up early the next day we were able to get the car hire company to pick us up from our hotel, with our cute little red car we headed off early towards Durango. It was a very cruisy day stopping in Fort Garland to have some food and check out the museum. Checked out some ruins and trail. We then continued on our road trip through Wolf Creek, it was beautiful except all we could think of was the horror movie. We found a sweet scenic spot just off ...
... in like we're planning to do with Steve missing the fossil adventrure.
Just West of Amarillo, TX, you pull off I-40 on the frontage road and park on the shoulder. There are no signs, no tourist gift shops, no T-shirts, just the shoulder and a bunch of Cadillacs planted nose first in the middle of some farmer's obviously active field. Having read up on details beforehand, we made a pit stop at Walmart in Dumas, TX. ...