Quality Inn Of Van Horn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Van Horn
... out again. We are right on the far western edge of the Central Time Zone so it stays light until almost 9:00. We had time to run to the grocery store for a few things, and get settled in. On the way, we saw this wild stripped car with an elevated back seat and horns on the front. Just what we need to drive around Foxboro in. Tonight, we even had to turn on the air conditioner! ...
... there. I eat there 3-4 times a week.” It was located at the interstate entrance next to a Love’s Service Station whose parking lot was filled to overflowing with 18 wheelers. When we arrived there were a few cars and pickups and a border patrol car parked in front. Inside there was an assortment of tables, booths, and a counter. At the entrance we hesitated, not sure if we would be “seated”. Finally caught the eye of someone back ...
... It was just a small room with a table and a small bar at one end all made of weathered wood. We have such a different view of space these days compared to the minimalism these people had. They had a great cactus garden as well with signage and a description of various uses.
Then off across the scrub desert. Very few people on the road and few settlements. I had a tasty burrito special in a small dinner in the middle of nowhere. I continued on with the goal ...
Van Horn, TX and The Sting
It was a long stretch between Benton, AZ and Van Horn Texas, with the whole state of New Mexico between. With Raleigh for Thanksgiving on our minds, Larry was eager to put significant mileage behind us. We'd had a very good, restful weekend, caught up on laundry, lounged in the swimming pool and cleaned house. So, this day was long with 390 miles from Benson, AZ to our first 4 hour sleep over.
... sitting still, abandoned and rusting away. Then the surprise…hundreds and hundreds of wind turbines, stretching for miles, on the desert floor and on top of mesas and plateaus. They stood stately and still, waiting for a breeze to come along and set their graceful dance in motion.
We drove through the town of Ft. Stockton and I wondered if this might not have been original to the history of the old west when the cavalry came to protect the ...