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Travel Blogs from Las Cruces
... buckled it into the camper to keep it safe. The AAA driver was very nice. He had to come from Texarkana to get us. The truck they sent him in was a little road worn. AAA told us that there was room for 2 passengers but they didn't tell us that one of those passengers should have no legs. I sat in the middle of the tow truck front seat for 4 hours with my legs in Scott's lap so that I was not in the way of the gear shift. I could have put them part way on ...
... I found a red that I actually liked - a local wine called Plum-Loco. Very tasty. And appropriately named for me.
Then dinner at an Italian place that ALSO had wine tasting. Jim did his thing with his six different tastings, but I decided diet Coke was my drink at that point.
Then back to Mac for bed and - maybe - an early start tomorrow. Nah!
... speeds are reduced to 65, then to 55, to 45 and rarely to 35 mph and NOT necessarily in that order. I don't know who placed the speed limit signs but I am not used to reducing speed to 55, increase up to 65 and 200 yards down the road reduce from 65 to 35 mph. Weird. Just as rare as the slow to 35 mph signs was the presence of transit workers applying their craft to the roadway.
I think both states place the "Construction Zone" signs ...
... to buy me (Caroline) a late Christmas present of a turqoise necklace made right on the premises.
We then followed the Rio Grande south for 400 miles ending up in Las Cruces.
Wildlife watch: the most enormous and smelly cattle ranches we have seen along the side of I-25.
Distance travelled: 438 ...