Echo Canyon Guest Ranch
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... NM--small western town right next to a major railroad track.
Along the highway we started to see Cholla Cactus, always a sign that we are officially in the West. The temperature was up to 94 degrees but the humidity was still quite low considering. We felt like we were almost there when at 2:25 we saw the Rockies rising out of the flat land we had been driving through. We forget how very, very almost overwhelmingly big they are.
By 2:50 ...
... road kill, a police captain and city clerk willing to go out of their way to help us find a camping spot, and the continued delight of a cold drink (especially chocolate milk) at the end of the day. Tomorrow it is off on our last long waterless segment (63 miles) but we have done longer and tailwinds are ...
... tent and yhere were more rocks there than in rocksville. Mentioned this to the office and politely declined and had a curt responce " well it is a desert"!!! Ummm enouhh said. Headed for the nearest town, fort garland and stayed at a hotel run by a very strange Polish lady. Total fruit cake but very nice and ...
... stream, in the freezing water over slippery rocks up and around a bend in the mountain side. We decided that the beauty of where we were justified the hike up, and that we did not have to risk injury to see the falls, so we turned around and returned to the truck. After returning to the camper it started to rain and hopefully it will continue to rain a lot tonight and give us some relief to the lack of humidity.
... at a respectable speed. We stopped for the night in the town of “Blanca”
at the “Blanca R. V. Park”. It is a
small campground, with small gravel sites and no grass, but we do have full
hookups, WIFI but no TV will make due for 2 nights.