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... mountains in the distance - seems strange as its so hot in the car. There are a few small towns along the way and all in the Lincoln Forest area, they're mostly Indian towns. We stopped at Ruidoso as there was a sign for a Western Museum, it's a really pretty town in the Sierra Blanca mountains. The old guy at the desk was really interesting showing us around all the exhibits, lots of stuff to do with Billy the Kid plus a huge section of old wagons. ...
... stop at Walmart, then back "home". Bob has divided the box of Hatch Chile Peppers into 11 bags and I'm writing this and doing one last load of clothes. After dinner, we'll start packing up so we can pull out of here about 9 tomorrow morning heading back into the heat, tomorrow night back in Fort Stockton, TX. It's been a good almost 2 weeks, for the most part the weather has been good and we have seen some beautiful parts of God's creation. ...
It rained all night! Guess that's what made sleeping better, even Bob since he didn't get up until after 5.
It's been cloudy and drizzly all day, so it was a good day to clean and do laundry. I guess I need to do the same thing once we return to our S&B house, esp since we're having company the middle of Oct and since our S&B house is much bigger than this one, it will take all that time!
I don't care what Camping World says, somehow water comes in under the living slide! It rained while we were out and when we returned, I stepped in a puddle. Before we went to bed, I raised the foot of the recliner and put a clean, dry towel down, then his morning, the towel was wet! Not sure if it's running down the side, hitting the rail and coming in or what, but we'll do it again ...
Ever heard of the LINCOLN COUNTY WARS? Well that is where we went today. Back in the 1800s there existed a village know as La Placita. This was the largest of several Hispanic villages situated in the heart of Mescalero Apache country. In 1855 Fort Stanton (which we have already visited and I wrote about) was built nearby (about 13 miles). Not sure when it became Lincoln, but the town today is as it was in the 1880s. Lincoln lost it's county seat status in 1910 when Carrizozo ...