Casa de Rosie - A Mesilla B and B
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Spent the morning at the White Sands National Monument in Alamogordo , NM. It is the largest gypsum dune field in the world. The literature says it is considered one of the world's great natural wonders. We would agree with that. The glistening white dunes cover 275 square miles. A phenomenal sight- sand dunes everywhere you looked for as far as you can see. The park is so easy to maneuver with a driving tour the whole distance and ...
We began the journey east on the 30th of June after an unexpected trip to the dentist. Thank goodness we didn't have anything planned other than getting from point A to point B. I won’t take time in the travel blog to say anything other than I’m glad we caught the problem before a toothache ruined our trip.
If you’ve taken the trip from Phoenix to Las Cruces then you know there’s not much ...
... the reef, rain water seeped down mixing with hydrogen-sulfide rich water from oil fields, creating sulfuric acid which dissolved the limestone making huge chambers. (We're talking 600,000 sq ft big). Next up, starting 500,000 yrs ago, water dripped down through the limestone and left calcite deposits thus forming the various strange shapes that you really must come and see... Whew. Went through Roswell ...
... We went to a Golden Corral (huge buffet that only costed around $20.00). When we got back we went for beers at the Cattleman's Steakhouse to round out the evening. Tomorrow we plan to head over toward Alamogordo where there is a national park that has white sand. Should be really neat to see. From there we make our way to Albuquerque, ...
... was also not in operation.
We returned via Hwy 185, a two-lane road to camp. It was intermittantly snow-packed and icy and wet. This in spite of the fact that it never got over 18˚. I assume that the earth here is still warm enough to keep the thaw going.
I spoke with the Camp Host(ess) and asked about staying an extra night, until the roads clear and we can move on to Alamogordo, about half way to Roswell. No problem. She was ...