Going south

in nomad •  9 months ago

image Well I loved Jemezspring Springs but the spring snow storms was a little much for me. As usual my copilot's love it. So I decided to head south for a couple of weeks and check out Carlsbad caverns. And of course about half way there I found a spot just off the highway to stay a few at Brantley Lake. image image After a good sunset and a GREAT sunrise I decided to push on to my goal of going to see the caverns. Well I made it about 10 miles and stumbled on a spot on the Paco River and had to stay a couple days. image image After a good day of fun with the dogs and a few pictures of some surrounding scenery. image image Just goes to show that with a little effort you can find cool spots and effortlessly fill a day with adventure. But now it was time to relax and enjoy the view as the sun goes down on another great day. image

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Looks nice man. Dogs are loving it. How do you find it traveling with dogs in your vehicle? I want to get a dog, but just have my car now. I'd probably need a bigger vehicle. I've seen people doing it with hatchbacks, but haven't seen it with a sedan yet, haha.

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It's not easy but they do give you company. The car is OK as long as they have room to sleep but the main thing is the food. I have had to go without a couple of times to make sure they had food and water. It's like a kid you can't take into alot of places like stores. But to me the trade is worth it

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Ya, there's a lady around here I see in Starbucks regularly who has her dog registered as a service dog so it can go in places with her. She's also the one living out of a hatchback.