A Lodge on the Desert
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... the cypress we planted when we moved in in 2007.
Here is another picture of our backyard.
The Organ Mountains are only a 20 minute drive from our house.
These MEAN BULL pictures were taken at the ...
... range museum. It was slightly intimidating entering the army base having to check in and get our ID's checked etc. We decided to park outside and walk to the museum as taking your car in seemed to complicate matters.
The museum and the missiles outside were a dilapidated collection of various objects haphazardly displayed. It still felt pretty cool to get onto the army base if only for a free ...
I am trying not to get too far behind, as it is surprising how much you can forget by delaying more than a day or two. One of the problems is that most state parks (which we much prefer) do not have Wi-Fi so we are not able to keep our blog current sometimes. Fortunately, McDonald's has free internet access in all of its restaurants, and they are at almost every major interstate intersection. It is also usually pretty ...
... middle of the road 200 yards from our campsite. Then, when we realized we were blocking traffic, we tried to let it roll back down the hill off to the side and wait to see if it would restart in a few minutes. Much easier said than done. With no power, the air system was depleting and the steering wheel became extremely difficult to turn. We ended up stopping with the RV ...
Had a lovely day. Weather continues to be blue sky, sun and heat. The roads have been good with little traffic. We went after breakfast to tombstone in Arizona. First we called into Boothill graveyard which was neat as you saw the graves of 3 who died at OK Corrall gunfight. Then we ...