Days Inn Roswell
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I messed up dates on original reservation at the Best Western, and had to stay at this Days inn. All is good, typical of a 2-3 star hotel.
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... not crippling.
Then we, Rich, drove back to the Caverns for the Bat Night Flight. Over the years, up to six million bats had flown out of one of the Natural Entrances of the Caverns, but due to disease, less than half of a million fly out each evening now. It all happens just at sunset. I timed the "escape" at seventeen minutes of constant flow. It was amazing! To watch this column of Bats spread out over more than a mile in ...
... forget the Nazi Foo Fighter of 1945 display created with toys. I have no idea what this is supposed to really represent but I might have to research this when I get home out of curiosity. There's one display that asked the question I had in mind "Wow, What's this?" It was also created in 1945 with toys. I still can't figure out what it is!
They had one wall with pictures of presidents and other high-ranking folks who were believers. I liked ...
... concern, and he leaves. The whole time I am thinking, "Dude, you need the shade more than me". This guy's face is beat red and he is a large gent! So, to my naysayers, I had to say "nah nah nah, I was right!". I knew bringing that gas can with me was the right thing to do! LOL
I can’t remember the name of the tiny town that was a mile away but I got to it and fueled both the bike and my gas can again. There wasn’t much to this town ...
... has lived up to expectations, and it is actually just getting started. We have now seen 4 of the 44 things on our original list. And, one of our nation's best travel bloggers, has added another sight to see North of Albuquerque, NM which is our next stop tomorrow.
Also, I might add that the elevation difference in Roswell, NM and home is playing havoc with my sinuses. At 4400 ft. above sea level, and the dryness, my sinuses are suffering.
NM 285 out of Santa Fe runs across a high plateau where you seem to lose the last of the Rockies as the Sangre de Cristos dwindle down to nubs. The barbed wire and snow fences parallel the highway and you know you are far, far from anywhere when there are no longer any telephone poles. We quickly run out of juniper and sage and are now looking at just grass and cholla. The morning is cold and the cholla is frosted. This is the same cholla that forced ...