A Lodge on the Desert
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... routine (awesome), I've visited friends in Chicago (double awesome) and family in Kansas (triple awesome)... I've hiked in White Sands, New Mexico, now officially the most beautiful place I've ever seen in my life... I've loved every minute of driving (ok, almost every minute) and I feel very comfortable on the road and talking to new people ...
... 1854, the village, being closer to the fort than either Las Cruces or Dona Ana, became the supply center for the garrisoned troops, providing entertainment, food, hay and building materials. The Mexican inhabitants of Mesilla also provided the knowledge needed to build a fort of adobe. The colony of Mesilla flourished. It was a major stop on the crossroads of the Chihuahua Trail, and now the fort demanded items Easterners were accustomed ...
... hours, we started feeling the RV chug a little going up hills and the engine warning light came on a few times. But we continued onward and finally our destination, the KOA in Las Cruces, New Mexico, came into view. We made the turn and headed up a small incline on the road in front of the park entrance and the engine died. We tried to restart it to no avail. The RV was dead ...
... here so close to Albuquerque. On Thursday we drove up Sandia Peak which is about 11,000 ft and overlooks Albuquerque. We saw more deer here than we did in Colorado in the National Forest. We then went to El Pinto for lunch. El Pinto is the most beautiful restaurant! We sat outside on the patio which is so beautiful with all the flowers and decorations. They have outdoor heaters and ...
... on to Hatch, NM. I don't know if they were referring to the bird, Nuthatch or to the destination one would reach if he took this blog too seriously. ;0)
The winds were actually worse on 26, since it is a two-lane road. Whenever we would pass an oncoming truck, it would jostle... did I just say "jostle"?? Okay, SHAKE the coach and get both of our attention right quickly. It demanded serious attention to the traffic and impeded my viewing the ...