Burnt Well Guest Ranch Cattle Drive
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... aliens ( woohoo somewhere my kids can finally eat) even the walmart shows their alien appreciation. To be honest if I were an alien I would never come here, too much hype and expectation to live up too. The poor things would probably leave with a complex, either that or base themselves here ready to destroy the planet. My money is aways on destroy the planet. Apart from the alien thing I get a very "cowboy" vibe from roswell. That was ...
... National Park (see pictures). The kids are doing surprisingly well as this journey is over 12 hours long. If you ever get the opportunity to drive down Route 66, take it. In many towns it's the only part that they have taken pride in maintaining. In others it's sad to see once stylish and proud pieces of our country fallen to ruins because there is now a quicker way to get where we are going. ...
... and the temp was 58. This afternoon @ 3pm it is 85 outside, and the sun is bright. The two hour difference from home is still a bit unsettling. I look at my computer clock and it says 4:57, but my watch says 2:57. When we would normally be sound asleep at 10-11, the night is actually just getting started here. And, we have another hour difference to come as we travel further west. Then we lose the time as we make our journey back.'
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... go, right? Well, the New Mexico Bottomless Lake State Park is just outside Roswell. Bottomless, because the cowboys that drove herds up the Goodnight Loving Trail watered their cattle here, and those resourceful cowboys tried to figure out how deep the lakes (really sink holes) were by tying all their lariats together, tying on a stone and tossing the whole shebang in the drink. Either the cowboys didn't have enough lariats or the underground current ...
... the U.S. I'm waiting for things to get a bit better so I can ride safely to Albuquerque. While in the wee conti. breakkie area I struck up a conversation with a nice Mexican man named Ricardo who was also waiting for the road to clear up. He delivers new big cab trucks to various places all over North America. His current load of three was bound for Calgary. Check the pics to see how he's delivering all three at a time. ...