Burnt Well Guest Ranch Cattle Drive
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- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Travel Blogs from Roswell
... thing, and driving past a town called Bowie whilst (coincidentally) we had a David Bowie album playing on the stereo... weirder things have happened in New Mexico eh... like I say it's pretty quiet here!
After a one night stopover at Las Cruces and a few evening drinks at a stereotypical American bar, complete with neon beer signs galore and as little natural light as possible, we headed out of town towards Roswell. ...
... a bad idea. It took us about 80 miles before we found a place to stop in a very run down town with not a lot else other than a petrol station. We asked where we could get a coffee and was told there was a cafe about 5 miles down the road. So we got back on the bike and ...
... 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 ...
Jumping into the Dallas morning rush hour traffic requires at least three strong coffees first. Most drivers are speeding at 10-15 over the posted limit with a sprinkling of suicide drivers 10 mph faster and weaving in and out of the "slower" traffic. Oh for the slow retired Coupeville drivers.
On the spur of the moment, we took a 100+ mile detour ...
... he was gone. Many witnesses, upon seeing the staircase, feel it was constructed by St. Joseph himself, as a miraculous occurrence. Then it was on to the oldest house in the United States a tiny house made of what appeared to be clay/mud and hay built in 1608 on de vargas street Amazing how it still stands to this day. We then bumped into hikarou and decided to venture on our exploration together heading to the oldest church in Santa Fe but unfortunately the church ...