Hilltop Hacienda Bed and Breakfast
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... The tour was nice. Not my favorite though
... to see the sun hide behind the clouds, leaving just a bit of an orange-yellow hue in the sky. The surrounding hue made the cloud seem like a puzzle piece outlined in a white crayon.
Later down the road, we were traveling right along the US-Mexico border. To think that just a few days ago we were leaving Delaware, it seemed so surreal. At some point during the ride, I used my foot to close the air vent, and it caught my poor toe and sliced it. With ...
... jewelery vendor told us that she was actually quite well off by Mexican standards, not having a husband and owning several pieces of property. She charged $45/hr for massages so if she only did 2 a day she made tons more cash than the majority of the other vendors. An example of their incomes is this: the trailer park offered a wash and wax service for the RV owners for those that were leaving. This would get the salt mist off their ...
... Park, 20 miles North of Tucson) to Leasburg Dam State Park was relatively uneventful as we drove East into New Mexico. As we approached Las Cruces, Miss Garmin directed us up a secondary highway, and then instructed us to turn on to a dirt road where we were stopped by a locked gate. A sign on the gate read, "Leasburg Dam State Park Wilderness Area". It then instructed us to call the park office for further ...
We will never again drive I-10 from San Antonio to El Paso. Whew, what a desolate, wind-swept highway! Around every bend, nothing but scrubby desert as far as the eye can see. And a lot of that was accompanied by high winds. Once, a very strong punch was gusted directly into the side of our overworked motorhome and Mike was forced to slow way down in order to maintain control. ...