Casa de Rosie - A Mesilla B and B
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... places to pull over and get out and play on the dunes. The sand felt wonderful. We were lucky it was a cool day (79 degrees) so the sand wasn't hot. The park sells sleds (and wax) and people were sledding everywhere. Andrew, Lily & Michael would love it! Like I said in my last post, New Mexico is a must vacation destination. We took a little side trip to Firestone in the afternoon in a town called Las Cruces. Going through ...
Leaving Texas we chanced upon the McDonald Observatory, a major player in the game of stars. Three telescopes keep a team of about 80 support crew busy setting up and maintaining these sky spies for astronomers who book time for their studies. They don't look at stars though, but at spectrographs of star shine. Where's the romance I say? Next up was a visit to the Carlsbad Cavern a really, really big hole ...
... that showed their presence. They looked around and decided to have a huge "A" (for the New Mexico university Aggies because the university was known for agriculture) on Tortugas mountain. In all we walked about 4 km up to an observatory station and microwave tower. The hike ended at 2:10 PM so we decided to drive down to El Paso, Texas ...
This trip encompasses our flight from the US to Sydney via Fiji. We stayed a few days in Sydney before taking a cruise to the Fiji Islands. We returned to Sydney two weeks later and then started our cruise around New Zealand. The cruise ended back in Sydney, Australia. Again we spent a ...
... are viewed, as shown on the Statistics page. Come on, check them out. Maybe we'll start a contest just to spur interest.
Lynnie is busy preparing beef stew for tonight's entree. As always, I've been eating too much and have no willpower. We'll get back into the walking and hiking soon, now that the weather is improving.
Enjoy life and keep on living, one day at a time.