DreamCatcher Inn de Las Cruces
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... down there, so we figured we’d just go down in our pajamas and make-up free faces because no one would be there anyway. And of course, we were wrong; there wasn’t a single seat for us to sit in. We grabbed some bagels, Texas-shaped waffles, and muffins, and we went back up to our room.
It was storming, and we were supposed to be going to walk the San Antonio River Walk. We headed there around 11. The River Walk itself was very beautiful. ...
... that could have used our help but frankly everyone in this town could have got along with some help.
Another of the "vendors" on the beach, a woman whom we never did learn her name, ran a massage business on the beach attracting a few tourists on the nice days. She had asked early in our visit if she could leave her table under our trailer at night rather than dragging it home every evening and we had said it wasn't a problem. Everyday ...
... the camp host came down to greet us. She was a widow, who lived at the park with her dog, or dogs. It turns out that she was originally from Charlotte, NC. Another example of how small the world really is.
We were the only occupants in our loop of the campground, and found the setting to be much to our liking. They had built shelters at each site, with a chest-high rock wall on two sides. Since it was ...
On the second day of the road trip, we stopped in Las Cruces for a night and a dinner party! Dan and his girlfriend, Jo, were kind enough to take us in and feed us. After we met up with them at the High Desert Brewing Co., they took us over to Jo's house.
Dan, Jo, Jo's mother, Hilkka, her grandmother, and cousins, JT and Melanie, entertained us for one night and we had such a fun time! I felt like one ...
... shelters provided and families can sled down the sand dunes. We drove on to Las Cruces NM for the night and had dinner at a delightful restaurant on the old plaza square in Mesilla. The drive to Las Cruces went through San Augustin Pass with snow on both sides of the road and when we got down to 4800 ft elevation it was still cold. So much for southern New Mexico's balmy ...