Cimarroncita Ranch

Highway 64, Ute Park, New Mexico, United States | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Ute Park

Day 2

A travel blog entry by aline052

Well we made our decision - heading to Phoenix so Stan can take in a couple of days at Barratt Jackson auction then we will roam around where the will takes us. So we drove all day and ended up in New Mexico. Should be in Phoenix this afternoon. Took the scenic route yesterday off of the interstate and saw small town Kansas, Ok and Texas.

Day 19

A travel blog entry by hannahinusa

... key rings eww, and a bear standing up as you walk in It was so big!! We stayed there for a while, it was connected to the place we were having dinner, so we just chilled. I tried a beer called raspberry wheat,it was ok, but I think I'll just stick to corona haha. Then for dinner there was a steak challenge that Simon, Mitch, Shane, Tash and Kahlid tried. It was a 2 kilo steak, a salad, a bread roll, a baked potato and a ...

Land of Enchanment

A travel blog entry by trackingdj


... 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 ...

Can't wait to get out of Tucumcari!

A travel blog entry by kennedyfamily


... her old man couldn't stop staring. Almost said something but decided to rise above it. On a funny note: Phil and I woke up to hearing the funniest conversation between the kids. The a/c unit just turned on and we heard Leksi yelling at it, " stop blowing air on me! I have enough air!" Xavier told her, " hit it in the face!" Then of course we heard some ...

Missouri 66 - biking country

A travel blog entry by aofuzzy


... the views to the east however :( East St Louis is a place I was warned not to travel through, we'll leave it at that.

Once out of St Louis route 66 is incredible, real biker country. 66 is a winding road full of curves through hills and forest and small town after another. Amusingly whilst travelling through one towns main street it was lined with about 50 people in dayglow ...

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