The Oasis Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We left Carlsbad Caverns behind us but the memories linger, so enormous, so old. There will be a return trip someday I think. We left, but we didn't get far. Just on the other side of the city of Carlsbad is an interesting State park – Brantley Lake. You can see the huge dam from the highway and the road to the park takes you way back into the desert. There ain’t nothing out there for a very long way. Then you come to a Ranger station (no ...
... Luckily, this was a 'friendly' snake and he was ready to get away from me.
There was a lady and her husband from Nevada that were work camping and they were the only other people around for miles. She came out of her 5th wheel and opened the doors to the school house and showed us through. This is the only building that had some restoration done to it, but the walls were starting to cave in ...
We left Albuquerque this morning and drove to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. This town actually changed it's name from HOT SPRINGS to TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, because at that time there was a television show named Truth or Consequences, hosted by Ralph Edwards. Ralph visited the area and said if they would change the town's name he would give them advertising on his TV show. Well, they did, and they ...
... quiz show Truth or Consequences, announced that the show would air an installment from the first town that changed its name to match that of the show’s. Hot Springs was picked out of all the applicants because, according to host Ralph Edwards, it demonstrated “a real friendliness for people and a desire to help mankind.”The town held a vote and the name change was made official on April ...
... night taken care. Sunday night in Elephant Butte State Park. We realize that we are not the most sociable people. We are kind of shy and keep to ourselves. These RV people are a friendly lot. We knew them all by sundown. We need to work on this part of us. We were starved and did not want to cook, so on a dare Scott called for pizza and drinks. They actually deliver, but only to the front gate. Scott showed up on his bike and the delivery guy was stunned. In a voice ...