DreamCatcher Inn de Las Cruces
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Well we traveled an hour north on I-10 to visit thew Las Cruces Market and Craft down their Main Street, well now it is every other Wednesday. So we went to the Museum of Fine Arts very nice, We then went to the Farm and Cowboy Museum which was great. From there we hit a couple of Wineries and Jan sampled some of the local wines including Pistachio Wine.We came home to get out of the heat, it is currently 112 degrees at 430 ...
... beautiful We Set up had Happy Hour and went to Old Mesilla, which is a district of the city which has quaint shops and restaurants Had a fantastic dinner at a fabulous restaurant called La Posta. Of course Jim had a hamburger and fries. Haha They had a huge cage with parrots in it and we saw Xander's twin ...
... it was the best I could muster, but it clearly documents the sighting of this rare bird we caught building its nest.
Casey had been looking forward to the famous Las Cruces Market. We arrive just as they open on Saturday morning and walk the seven or more blocks of vendors arranged along Main Street. We had some great snacks, saw some amazing crafts and talked with very friendly folks. Casey was especially impressed by the craftsman who takes ...
... set up our tent in the valley between dunes and went to sleep by about 8:30pm. This allowed us to wake up and catch sunrise since we only stayed in the park one night (and one night is probably all I could really handle). Overnight, there weren't as many shooting stars as I caught on my first white sands trip, but we caught sight of one or two. If I lived nearby or could coordinate better, I think I'll try to catch a meteor shower next time.
Not much on the agenda today except traveling almost 600 mile from El Centro to Las Cruces, NM as we continue our journey heading back home.
We slept in a bit this morning before finally checking out of the Naval Base Lodge mobile homes around Noon. The kids as usual were slow to get up but the bright shinning Southern California sun had me up without an alarm.
We met up the Travis at his house to say our goodbyes as we will ...