Hilltop Hacienda Bed and Breakfast
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... be seen to be believed! It really is amazing to see the wave-like dunes of gypsum sand, a rare sight indeed because gypsum is soluble in water!!
Where does it come from & how does it get there??? Rain & snow in the mountains dissolve gypsum from the rocks & carry it into the Tularose Basin. If there were rivers from the Basin it would then flow out ...
... features- Wheeler Peak mountain, Rio Grande, Pecos River, Bluewater Lake State Park, City of Rocks State Park
Current Population- 2.085 million
Total amount of square miles- 113,998 sqaure miles
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Good news-- I have an appt with an AZ district that shall remain unnamed ;) this Thursday morning. Hopefully they'll buy my pitch and I'll be able to start dissertation research soon!
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... by-side homes which occupied our Habitat building project.
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... place called "Cattlemen's Steakhouse". Karen had an 8 ounce rib eye steak done medium rare with a baked potato and corn. I had a prime rib steak done medium rare with rice pilaf and corn. Tomorrow we plan to go to old town Mesilla (now part of Las Cruces) where Billy The Kid was tried. In the afternoon we plan on going hiking near the university which is up against a ...