Burnt Well Guest Ranch Cattle Drive
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- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
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... eats popcorn for breakfast? Peter slept through the 2 lots of popping again, I give up, might as well stay awake now. After breakfast set off west again on I-40 towards Amarillo (cannot ever see that without the song starting in your head) but go south just before the city to go to Palo Duro Canyon which is apparently the 2nd deepest canyon in the US after the Grand Canyon. It was well worth the trip, absolutely beautiful rock formations and ...
... four states at the same time. I tried to stifle the laughter but I got caught a couple of times laughing! Got a small necklace for my wife at one of the shops and decided that I came back this way, I would pull in again for another little gift for my wife. Funny but the last time I saw this place was when the kids were little and there was nothing really but the marker.
On the road again and into New Mexico! Not a big change since all I had to do ...
Woke up this morning in the Kaibab trailer camp, Johnny woke up cranky and coughing. The cold strikes again! Barret went outside to start packing everything up and strapping everything down and immediately felt deflated (see picture "deflated"). Our goal is to make it to Roswell NM to celebrate Fourth of July with UFOlogist. Apparently there is some sort of Alien Extravaganza no ****, look it up. ...
... fields. They are an impressive sight. Roswell will make you a true believer. There were many captured aliens on display. It is a bustling town with lots of shops geared to the tourists. While some people may be disappointed, I found it quaint and the shop workers were very friendly.
... about Charlie Goodnight who founded the first cattle rance at Palo Duro, and about his escapades with the Texas Rangers and how he hung a couple supposed cattle rustlers caught in the canyon. Anyway, there was never a moment of silence with Don driving the old GMC. The canyon is a sight to see and we had a couple very good vantage points for pictures. Posting just a few of what we took.
After Palo Duro we headed towards Roswell, NM where I ...