Best Western Mimbres Valley Inn
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... I-10, we passed an area prone to sand storms from the rush of wind across the flat, dry terrain. Jim had to hold tightly on to the steering wheel as these gusts were so strong. We eventually came to the City of Rocks State Park and were again amazed to see huge boulders of rocks in such odd shapes .The City ...
"Out in the west Texas town of El Paso
I fell in love with a Mexican girl
Night-time would find me in Rosa's cantina
The music would play and Felina would whirl."
Marty Robbins 1959
Why did the alligator, the spider, 2 javelinas, the deer, the tumbleweed, the jack rabbits, a road runner, a millipede, and a pink snake cross the road? To get to the other ...
... the wheels out of the campground....Yeee Hawwww, we were on our way at last.
Keeping an anxious eye on the temp gage on the dash board (why do they call it a "dash" board?? I have never seen it move.... Jeez) just in case something untoward happened. Going up the hill on the west edge of FS we both bid adieu to Big Dog, Julio and the gang and the sleepy little town called FS, among other things...The ...
... it worth the stop. Boot Hill Cemetery was a fantastic take, check out the pics of the grave markers
We hit the road via scenic AZ80 driving through high desert and hills into the mining town of Bisbee (A really neat town worth a stop.) Have lunch at the local camp ground “Dot’s Lunch. We passed by the active Queen Copper huge pit mine, eventually connected to I10 to Deming, NM. Most of the way we were driving through endless high prairie ...
... was excellent. Really nice place and the girl who poured the wine was very good. The wines here were mostly $10 and then up – not as expensive as the Texas wines were. These wines were so good and we bought some like Plum Loco, Green Chile and an Orange Mimosa. George liked the deal where for $10 you get a half gal. bottle with a choice of a number of wines on tap (you can even mix them) and then you can bring the bottle back and ...