Largo Motel and Cafe

Address: Highway 60, Quemado, New Mexico, 87829, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on Highway 60, Quemado, is near National Radio Astronomy Observatory.
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      Travel Blogs from Quemado

      George from Slab City

      A travel blog entry by coryinmb on Jul 01, 2012

      8 photos

      We had a little set back of side roads and towns with lakes in their names, but not in their towns. So we stayed in Pie town at a little state park. It had some bathrooms and water. There was also an avid motor homer with a Quartzite red hat on named George. He was from our part of CA, well almost, just across the sea (Salton Sea that is), in Slab City. Slab city is an open area for people to camp and RV freely. So you ...

      Lightning Field or Little House on the Prairie

      A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb on Jun 21, 2012

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... br> We arrived late afternoon and went for a wander around the field. At that point in the day, the sun is so high and the light so strong, that it can be hard to even see the poles, but as dusk set in the clouds also began to roll in. At first, the storms we could see were way out on the horizon and we watched lightning strike distant fields and mountains. Right around sunset, we went out into the field to explore. I found an antelope ...

      Someone is listening...

      A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb on Jun 21, 2012

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... on the valley below us, was the Very Large Array.

      You know the Very Large Array—you've seen the pictures and movies where those huge satellite dishes are all lined up, 20 miles or so long on the desert, pointing to the sky, listening and looking for things like big radio astronomy telescopes do. Well, we found them. And while we had limited time, we paid them a visit.

      It turns out for some government ...

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      A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on May 16, 2012

      10 photos

      ... signs requesting people to turn off cell phones as they could interfere with the research and antennas. There was no one in the building, but we found a brochure with information to do a self-guided tour. We decided to do the tour, which took you up close to one of the antennas. As we walked out closer, Gabe said “wouldn’t it be cool if they moved while we were out here?”. And sure enough, 2 minutes later, all of the 27 antennas started moving to a ...

      On The Road, Day Six, part two

      A travel blog entry by matthewd on Sep 24, 2009

      12 photos

      ... trip. Anyway, too cold for me to consider spending a second night there, although in warmer weather I wouldn't hesitate for a moment. I selected a site with a window of a lake view, of course, and set up my tent under the protection of an incredibly textured old tree (see photos). The afternoon was still warm, so I headed out for a short walk down the road a mile to the third campground, taking in the surroundings, snapping some pictures, and back up the hill to ...