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... Mountains were fantastic. As far as seeing missile silos, I didn’t see any. There was a cool rest area on the east bound side though.
I cut through the mountains to the valley below where NASA Johnson Space Center White Sands test facility is located. I couldn’t see that either because it was six miles off the road. There was a tribute painted on a water tank to the Challenger shuttle explosion... and the temperature kept rising. Ziggi liked that ...
Was a long day, we drove all the way from Las Vegas with only two stops. To fill up the tank, it costed another $43.87. We will be spending the night here, and sleeping in the car. Which will save us money, because we are not getting a hotel. We found an interesting BBQ restaurant called "Jimmy's BBQ." Though it was very delicious, it costed a lot of money. It cost us $53 for us all to eat, however I would definitely recommend ...
... outside of Tucson to check out the cacti and petroglyphs in Saguaro national park, we stumbled across a delightful zoo/botanical garden/cave/aquarium called the Desert Museum, and were quite glad we did as it not only gave us a great foundation in the animals, vegetables and minerals of the desert but also gave us an opportunity to see some really excellent animals up close, including a barn owl and a mountain lion. Stopped at Casa Grande ruins ...
... but couldn't get below 93 degrees. We were stifling! I wanted to leave but knew it would be at least another 5 hour drive and we were tired. At least the satellite connected in Arizona - it didn't want to cooperate in New Mexico at all. Okay, so we showered to keep cool and barbecued pork chops for dinner. After dinner is when the wind picked up. The wind roared and rocked our motor home like I have ...
... limit for most of the section we drove today. We left San Antonio at 7 am and got into Lordsburg close to 6 pm.
It was a day of widely differing topography and plant materials. We had no idea that north and west of San Antonio would be so hilly and treed. There were large cuts through the limestone as the highway snaked around and across the area. This was followed by flat land interspersed with what I call "buttes". These were taken advantage ...