Best Western Mission Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Have you ever questioned reality when your alarm clock goes off? "No…this can't be." “Just 5 more minutes.” “There’s no way 6 hours went that fast!” Yeah. That’s what we went through at 8 A.M. Luckily, we weren’t planning to have breakfast until 10, so we had some time to move a little slower.
... the cypress we planted when we moved in in 2007.
Here is another picture of our backyard.
The Organ Mountains are only a 20 minute drive from our house.
These MEAN BULL pictures were taken at the ...
... and in the clear.
First real stop was White Sands National monument which is the world's largest gypsum dune field. It was pretty darn cold out there as we wandered around and walked around the dunes enjoying the scenery. From here you could also hear the loud roar of a fighter jet looking aircraft doing circles around the mountains in the distance.
Next stop was the White ...
I am trying not to get too far behind, as it is surprising how much you can forget by delaying more than a day or two. One of the problems is that most state parks (which we much prefer) do not have Wi-Fi so we are not able to keep our blog current sometimes. Fortunately, McDonald's has free internet access in all of its restaurants, and they are at almost every major interstate intersection. It is also usually pretty ...
... and it is such a amazing setting. I wish I could have a patio like this! This morning, we awoke early and left Albuquerque to drive down to Las Cruces. Our main purpose to go to Hatch, NM because this is where the famous Hatch chilies are grown. We could have gotten them in Albuquerque, but we wanted to see the fields. What we saw the most of was pecan trees. Thousands and ...