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Travel Blogs from Las Cruces
Our month on the beach in Mexico has come to an end but it was filled with fun and excitement and new friends were made. We have made our way east down I-10 and are currently in Houston, Texas.
We had a good time with Norm, eating, drinking, joking around and a bit more drinking. We managed to get some golf in and the excitement of the shootings all made for great stories. We purchased a whole lot of jewelery from our new vendor ...
... called the office where we received a message saying no one was there to help us, but would call us back….which they never did. By this time a bit of frustration was creeping into my demeanor, and I decided to get back on the highway to find someone to ask for information. We drove 10 or so mile further into the outback where we were confronted by a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint. Now this was at least 60 or 70 ...
... monkeys at Gibraltar.
Dan braved the elements to make some fine grilled steaks while Hilkka and Jo made a salad with cilantro (never had the combo before, but was awesome!), and asparagus, among other sides. Long conversations ensued, ranging from the US to China to Jo and her family's travels abroad. We had a great time all while Las Cruces enjoyed a good long rain.
... Walmart and then headed off to McDonalds to check email, etc. Once we'd caught up on all the gossip, pregnacies and pod, we drove back to Walmart to park up and cook dinner. After dinner we started to watch Life (with David Attenbrough) and Cat started to fall asleep, so whilst she snoozed I got back on some free wi-fi and caught up on some pod photos. Around 11pm we settled in and got some sleep.
Friday, November 04, 2011
Departure: 10:30 am CDT
Arrival: 5:00 pm MDT, Las Cruces KOA, Las Cruces, NM (7.5 hours; we gained an hour going into Mountain Time)
Distance: 425 miles
Like thirsty cattle moving across the desert and smelling the stream a mile ahead, we can smell ...