La Quinta Inn Farmington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... be kind of wild if you have to keep them on a ranch!
Hey, an actual working windmill! This one has to be the coolest looking one I have seen so far. Most of the others, the vanes don't even turn anymore. On the way to Santa Fe, believe it or not, I find the road to El Dorado or at least to Eldorado. Nobody told me there was a difference. This Eldorado doesn't have roads paved in gold or anything else you would expect. They do have a ...
... different types of Native American buildings that can be found throughout the Southwest.
There are many examples in the area of petroglyphs and pictographs. Petroglyphs are images that are carved into the rock, pictographs are "painted" on the rock with pigments.
Next morning I drove the short distance from Bloomfield to Aztec, NM. This ...
... We spent about 30 minutes trying to find the hot spring, but all we found was a trailside covered in super slippery ice. So, needless to say, we left. However, Erica assured me that if I took a right out of the parking lot instead of the left in which we came in, it would lead us right to where we needed to be (which, to be fair, it ultimately did). What we ended up doing was driving through the entire Sante Fe National ...
... Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. The term "Escalante" refers to the way that the land as it transitions from the depths of the Grand Canyon to the heights of the Colorado Plateau rises in a series of steps like a staircase. Of course, only a giant would notice this. We are mere ants in this scale. The Vermillions are the second or third "step" up from the Canyon. Sometimes you could see higher cliffs in the background. As we drew closer to the Colorado River, ...
... wide at that. It could also be that we were on an Indian Reservation and unfortunately, they are some of our poorest people in the US.
Just a few miles across the state line, I hung a left on this small two lane road for 15 miles. It was full of bumps as the truck and RV were jumping all over the place. The road was narrow also as anyone in the other lane came inches away from my truck mirrors. After this small road we came to the town of Aztec which held ...