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We started our journey to New Mexico on Easter morning. Hope everyone had a nice Easter. We arrived early afternoon and camped at the Las Cruses KOA RV park. Las Cruses is the second largest city in NM and has Indian, Spanish and Mexican influences. We had to try out the Mexican food and margaritas.. We had dinner the first night at Las Posta in the plaza at Mesilla. Mesilla is a historic area that was also ...
... restaurant in the U.S. that day because the amount of customers tripled or quadrupled due to the traffic problems. Lots of people were waiting to be seated in the Kranberry's Family restaurant. After waiting for a modest 30 min we got a table and spent another hour waiting for food, playing silly games that involved napkins, straws, knives basically any objects we could find on the table. We also created a theory that the sheriff’s wife ran the restaurant and ...
... Center; this should have been our first indication that something was amiss. We walked a couple of blocks to the shop plaza and noticed there were very few people in the area coming and going from the shops; in fact, the majority of the shops were closed or in the process of closing.
The information we had read about the area said the shops were open till 6:00 and it was only a little after 5:00; I decided to take pictures of ...
... no, one of the jacks isn't coming up like it did in Midland". More banging, more banging. Then, I heard what I thought was tapping on the window. I thought, "I hope he is OK and not in trouble outside." I walked toward the front of the motor home and saw him standing there so I knew he was alright. I started to turn back to the bedroom and he waved at me. He wasn't banging ...
... mountains in the background. Also, the temperature was 89 and so sunny! We went downtown to the old town of Mesilla...which is where the US bought land from Mexico in 1854 with the Gadsden Purchase. No, I have never heard of this purchase but we bought this land and parts of Arizona from Mexico for 10 million dollars here in Mesilla. Also, the court house where the trial of Billy the Kid was ...
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