Hacienda del Desierto Bed and Breakfast
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... to New Orleans. Departed 8:30am arrived 8pm. Drain had a few delays. This is where it got interesting. Again got allocated a seat next to someone on a fairly full train apart from the 2 empty seats in front of us. 10mins in the guy next to me assumes this position (see image). I think.. Ok he is pretty tired fair enough. 10mins later I notice his hands are down his pants. Benefit of the doubt. Maybe he is just adjusting something...30mins later his hands are still there. I ...
... family of Italians after 100 years, Kate in her inimitable fashion soon picked up the young grandson who was behind the counter and heard all about their story.
There were old pictures of the family and how the shop started on the walls. Now it sells everything from candles and pest killer to pinatas, meat, corn husks, boots and candy and everything inbetween.
Sadly it did not have fresh interesting bread or coffee which was on our list, so we said ...
... at Geri's and even got into the hot tub one night. Geri's g'son is on a full ride at UA on a baseball scholarship, so they were off to some games. I stayed home and snuggled with my dogs!
Heard from Dick that they were headed out of CA and back towards some higher elevations in AZ because it was too hot over there. The first night here in Tucson they stayed in the Casino del Sol parking lot and then relocated to this park, ...
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... the lids to the septic. Yikes. We disconnected, and flew outta there without making coffee or having breakfast, even though it wasn't my fault, I didn't want a hassle with the LOOSER management.
So we headed toward Alamogordo on Route 54, because southern New Mexico has a lot of fascinating, historic stuff we wanted to see. Here's what we were ...