Motel 6 Carlsbad
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... wonder as you go through. The formations created over 1000’s of years are spectacular. The caverns are also very quiet and a little eerie. These caverns are usually pitch black, no light ever gets down here, but the park has installed very low lighting to illuminate the path and certain formations so that you can see them better.
A note here about the beautiful drive up to the canyon park entrance. While the rest of New Mexico (that we have seen) is flat, the drive ...
... on their trip. These are real dog people.
We have spent the rest of the afternoon watching the storms passing through central Texas. It is quite bad but it is moving quickly so hopefully, it won't wreak too much damage. We do plan to be heading that general direction tomorrow but will continue watching the weather reports.
Well, it's time to call it a day. Check out Harley in the picture below. He is already racked out.
... town of Ruidoso!
The trip back turned to an expedition! My copilot directed us off the highway to a small country road through the mountains, which happened to be in the middle of the Mescalero Apache Tribe. It was beautiful and remote. We felt like we were the only ones driving through. Off the Beaten Path? Not so fast. We had one more turn which happened to be an unpaved road through thick pine that looked prime ...
Kartchner Caverns is in the southeast corner of Arizona a mere 40 minutes from Tombstone, technically in the town of Benson. Benson has a Wal-Mart so it can't be that bad, right?
The Caverns get their name from the generous fellow who owned the land that 2 kids (ages 24 and 26) trespassed on and found the cave. Not only that, but after they found the entrance, they enlarged the grapefruit-sized hole so they could fit into it and spent 4 years surveying ...
... sparse and so quiet. We walked the entire cavern which is 1.3 miles but easy going. It is mostly wheelchair friendly but would need to be rather fit with the quick dips throughout. It was very spectacular and different to Tasmanian caves as they are more squishy to move around in, these were wide open caverns with massive stalactite and stalagmites. We moved through but no bats as they had migrated to Mexico. At 10.00 am we headed off for our final destination. It's one of ...