Comfort Suites University
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... Maurice Hearne, Maurine, Kenisha and David. We had a good visit and great food prepared by chef Kenisha. Maurice will be 93 this August and is doing really well, after having pace maker surgery a few months ago. It has made all the ...
... an Ace at that.
We repeated our hike along the Rio Grande and enjoyed the nice weather in the mid-seventies. The moderate breeze made it very comfortable. I got one shot of the Leasburg Dam. There's no lake anymore, so both it and the canal are nearly dry with only a trickle running in the river itself. It's sad to see the results of drought, but great to see the rain which fell off and on all night.
... the Dripping Springs Natural Area with over four miles of easy hiking trails, including the Dripping Springs Trail, which shows off desert scrub and low elevation pinon-juniper and oak woodlands. We really enjoyed the hike and learning about history of the area and exploring the old buildings at the base of the mountain. We saw some really cool birds. The one that got Casey most excited was a very rare viewing of a Pyrrhuloxia. I posted an out-of-focus ...
... dark with nothing but mountains in the distance.By the way, the van is doing well. The pump seems to have a mind of its own, coming on unexpectedly on occasion and refusing to shut off on others but is continuing to work when needed. We took our first hot showers in the van, a good experience and results in a nice clean floor in the end. With a furnace for heat in the mornings it has all the comforts of home. ...
... 100 degree sun and feels ice cold under your feet. When you get into the back country, among the dunes and away from shrubs, it genuinely feels like a hike across the moon.
This was my first time coming to white sands with Baxter, and he absolutely loved it. Dogs are meant to be on leash at all times, but Baxter is so well behaved that we gave him a little more freedom, mostly to play fetch with his favorite lacross ball.
We were able ...