Burnt Well Guest Ranch Cattle Drive
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... through Indian country, dotted with reservations, casinos and trading posts all run by them (not sure which tribes) we get to Albuquerque, the old town looks very nice but we decide to drive on. Arrive at Sante Fe around 12.30, the houses are immediately so different, mostly built adobe style with flat roofs and all in earth colours - really pretty. We find our way to the old part of town and ...
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... 1ft high water puddles in the middle of the roads with Lola (the whole town in their big pickup trucks were as well). We then headed to the only river bank in Roswell to watch the newly formed rapids in what we reckon was previously a very dry river bank, locals getting stuck driving on the mud whilst trying to get a better look of the river, and cowboys in their shiny pickup trucks doing donuts and spraying mud ...
... of the hokey gift shops, picked up a few souvenirs and headed back to the car to start on the way to Oklahoma.
Roswell was definitely interesting, It was not someplace I would go as an actual destination on a trip, I think we pretty much saw what there was to see. But since we were passing through it was awesome to be able to stop there and get a taste of it.
It took us 15 hrs., but we're here and set up camp in record time! We broke camp and left Louisiana just before 8am. We followed Siri's directions, but compared them against this old fashioned Garmin thing (it's so 2001) and the red line that Sherry drew on the trusty paper atlas. Since I'm the navigator, I got to pick the route! The drive flew by without any issues until the last 133 miles into ...
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