Motel 6 Roswell
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... tunics, feathered peyote pipes, a giant stuffed beaver.
Another turn and suddenly there's a display dedicated to New Mexico's Apollo 17 astronaut Harrison Schmitt.
Another turn and suddenly we are in a complete reconstruction of rocketry pioneer Robert Goddard's rocket-making workshop.
And from there, into a gallery containing New Mexico landscape painting, old and modern. And from there into a gallery dedicated to ...
... Roswell about a mile and half. We're backed up to a beautiful alfalfa field read for cutting. It's already going to be the second cut, according to Lee, female, one of the owners. It's a great place to grow things here in New Mexico.
After I took a short nap, after lunch, we, of course had to run back into town to pick up a few groceries. We'll be going to Carlsbad Caverns on Friday with Lisa and Rich, so Lynn wants to ...
... a photo. Next we went to area 51 zone which really scared the kids. Tawney and miller would not move past the gift shop as it was too dark and there was too many aliens! Who would have thought that area 51 would have aliens! Satira "bravely" walked through with me, an when I say bravely I mean held my arm and hid behind me the whole time. Who ever designed it did it with humour, they set up little scenes with aliens. ...
Alright, up and at them; time to hit the road again. This should be a short day of riding as the destination is Roswell, NM. That is unless some aliens spirit me away! Think I'll stop in Roswell and play tourist for the day for a change of pace.
I decided this morning that I would start the day with a good old-fashioned doughnut. On the way out of town I see C & T Donuts and they claim to make the world's best donuts. Now, this is promising ...
Up and at them cowboy! Nice to sleep on a mattress again even if it was just foam and a sleeping bag! Got up this morning and reloaded everything onto the bike. Spent a few minutes saying our goodbyes and wishing each other good riding and good weather and Kenny and I parted ways. While I had a destination ahead, he was still not fully sure what direction he would go. He said he still had about a week before he was to meet up with his wife. I guess his ...