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HARLAN-Wednesday, June 1, 2016
Didn’t get to Las Cruces in time to call our good friends Kent/Mona Nelson and since we’ll only be ‘overnighting’ guess we won’t see them this trip—bummer. Our nights …
... in Las Cruces.
Taking it easy... ..
Common sage that grows wild in the Southwest.
. This is a typical winter scene around our area. We do get snow sometimes.... Usually a dusting of the white stuff once a year!
... range museum. It was slightly intimidating entering the army base having to check in and get our ID's checked etc. We decided to park outside and walk to the museum as taking your car in seemed to complicate matters.
The museum and the missiles outside were a dilapidated collection of various objects haphazardly displayed. It still felt pretty cool to get onto the army base if only for a free ...
... in and out at their locations. A second frustration is that our laptop is getting pretty much out of date, and flaky (documents just simply disappear with maddening frequency). Finally, the author of this blog is also getting much out of date (and perhaps flaky too). So bear with me as I am trying to include some of the pictures we are taking as we travel.
Our trip from Tucson, AZ, (actually starting at ...
... pecan trees. In fact the largest pecan orchard is in this area. We really enjoyed seeing these orchards and the fields of peppers. We bought a 40# sack of peppers and let them roast them. Les is cleaning the peppers right now and I will be putting them in the freezer. We did this the last time we were in Albuquerque and really enjoyed the flavor of the peppers for a couple of years.