Motel 6 Carlsbad
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... was never even a passing thought, however we did start to encounter the phenomenon of beauty fatigue. Every place you look seems more fantastic and amazing than the last and your sense of wonder gets dulled from overuse.
Another feature of the cavern is the inclusion of the underground lunchroom, complete with rest rooms and an elevator to the surface. When the cavern was being developed as a tourist site, someone had the ...
... different languages, about word meanings, and about the life skills Liam is practicing when he studies every single day and when he stands alone on stage, presented with a word he doesn't know how to spell. He thrives with that sort of pressure to figure things out. I am grateful to Liam for allowing me to be his coach through this process. I have learned a lot.
But I still have one question: Are oopuhue hoomalimali?
... Runner, this is the state bird. The other bird that is plentiful is the Bullock Oriole. The bunnies here are little cotton tails that look like the Lindt chocolate bunny. There are also bigger jack rabbits, but I haven’t got a picture of them yet.
There are not many campers here and few tenters (getting wet, not for me!). The park is mostly filled with older people, so it is nice and quiet and friendly! It is kind of fun going around and seeing where people are ...
Next stop, Carlsbad, NM to see some more caverns, WHOOP WHOOP! Our trip there saw a bit of excitement - our first stop by Border Patrol. While an officer very seriously asked whether we had any additional live bodies aboard (yes, live bodies, human or otherwise) his dog was sniffing our rig. I got the distinct impression if either one of us responded with do migrant farm workers and their oxen count? it would not have been met with ...
... big cave rooms even though I have been to many caves in Europe. The reason being gas and not water which was the catalyzer in the formation process.
The cave is home to 250.000 to 800.000 bats. Nobody really knows how many they are. But I did not see them because they spend the winter in Mexico.
As conclusion, whoever wants to visit Carlsbad Caverns you definitely need to do the get you way down the natural way. It is stunning!