The Motor Inns of America
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Well it's bigger than the thinkery and we could have spent 4 hours in there easily. We really enjoyed it and definitely felt like it was a great stop. We could not get lunch there so we grabbed pizza at Dions. Great stop to stretch our legs now we drive another 7.5 ...
... make shift table and had lunch, it was amazing - we thought memphis had been good, this was something else all together - the Turkey was incredible! After that we put the remains in the fridge and headed for jacobs well. As it turns out it's just really for swimming, but we had a wonder around and hiked a little, it's pretty, very rocky and hot! We also saw a snake - I hate snakes - may have freaked out a little bit We then drove 6 hours to ...
... least amount of time. We bought a few geocache items from the vendors that were there and visited with fellow geochachers. We got back to the campground around 6:30 and settled in for the night.
Tomorrow, we will go back to the fairgrounds to participate in CITO, Cache In, Trash Out. An activity where we clean up an area that offers a little payback for using it and ...
... the mega Event was being held. Picked up our materials and bought some stuff at the displays than returned to the RV Park.
Tomorrow, we will do some more geochaching associated with the event. We opted out of the competition phase of the event as it is kind of a flash mob cluster. We will do our own thing.
Weather has been great. Life is good!
... to Fort Sumner, on the Pecos River, and also site of THE REAL Billy the Kid grave, according to the REAL BIG sign. (We didn't bother - too far off the highway). On through Melrose to Clovis, NM for lunch. Nice little town actually. They have an Air Force Base, so the $$ trickle down pretty well. Then through Texico (no kidding), right on the border between (would you believe) Texas and New ...