Travel Blogs from Ute Park
... thunderstorm so the bikes were in one of the garages and we could have drinks in one of the others.The phone is one of the older types with the central dial which works well. There is even a candlewick bedspread on our bed with a blue swallow in the middle.
Off the dinner at the local Mexican called the Pow Wow restaurant - good food and fun atmosphere with the Lizard lounge and theme throughout.
Tomorrow, we are off to Sante Fe for a couple of days.
... and cattle magazines and a free loaf of bread as they also operate a bakery on the premisses such a cool place. As night drew in we decided some food and a film at he local antiquated cinema would be good we knew the show was on at 7 so pulled up out side about half 6 I read the sign which said closed Monday but opens at 6.45 for showing at 7 as I was Hungary decided a quick subway was in order and then be back up for about 5 to 7 of course it wasn't until we ...
... is mainly brought on by being so tired.
Anyway new Mexico feels like a foreign country just as I remembered and I'm glad to finally be back. I also find the vastness to be beautiful, the sunset is great and the rock formations are awesome.
This has been very ramblely but thats the way I feel right now.... Probably time for bed. Into Albuquerque tommorow!
1 hour later I am much more at peace ...
... been a wonderful day, riding in some rain with sunshine breaking out the closer we got to camp. The present temperature is 71 with 46% humidity. Should be good and COOL sleeping tonight, Brently. Know you wish you were here!
After I post this, we will take a good walk and then have supper (cookies are in the freezer and off limits). Our mileage was 331 miles today. We hope to get west of where the Coons are tomorrow, if only for a little while, since they will be ...
... it in the dust, and in true Elwood style is was up and getting on with it in one second.
Our next destination was Vega. Vega was a fantastic photo stop with a brilliant gas station and town centre was little and lovely.
We then headed to Adrian to the Midpoint cafe. Halfway along our Route 66 journey between Chicago and LA people – high five!
We took photos of the town and made our way to the cafe. The cafe ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting