Not really sure.Lake Holloman Campground?: $0 (BLM)
…and this place, which I hope is referring to cattle embryos. It had a long muddy driveway, and if your trucks on blocks in front of the garage.
I love a good tourist trap just as much as the next guy, but Rosswill was a little disappointing. It was hard to drive a trailer through downtown, there was no RV parking at the UFO Museum. I guess the museum was what I expected, although I was imagining it a little more rustically. But heck, it was only five dollars.
I was a little worried, since there is a research Center, that my airstream McNames Apollo 19, might be mistaken for UFO, but that’s for them to figure out. Maybe there will be a museum dedicated to its siting in 60 years.
Does anyone know with this sign means, but I saw on the way?
At first I thought I might camp in the Lincoln National Forest up in the hills, but I really didn’t feel like climbing all the elevation just to go right back down, so I checked my AllStay app and found a Bureau of land management campground just on the border of White Sands National Monument.
I really don’t know exactly where I am, since there are no signs other than to not off-road. But everything is off road here, so I don’t really know what that means. AllStay calls it Lake Holloman. I doubt I’ll see a ranger. I did see a nice family and a 4X4 jeep, who pointed me in the general direction after I got past the unmarked turnoff.
And here I am (under a severe storm watch, of course.