Days Inn Las Cruces
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... to see the sun hide behind the clouds, leaving just a bit of an orange-yellow hue in the sky. The surrounding hue made the cloud seem like a puzzle piece outlined in a white crayon.
Later down the road, we were traveling right along the US-Mexico border. To think that just a few days ago we were leaving Delaware, it seemed so surreal. At some point during the ride, I used my foot to close the air vent, and it caught my poor toe and sliced it. With ...
... to make some money. This was a true ripoff for the workers. More often than not the tips the owners gave the workers amounted to more than their earnings. You can see that the massage lady was making huge money compared to the wash and wax guys.
We met some great people while staying in the park and think that we will stay in touch with some of them. There was Bill and Eleanor from Big Fork, Montana. They were a very nice couple ...
... but lots of little ants had invaded the floor board and I didn't want them to climb up my legs. Brandon from AAA dropped us off in Memphis at a transmission shop and Justin White came and rescued us from there. We loaded his little car down with what needed to go home and made it safely to the house. The cats were happy to see us, I think. You know it is really hard to tell. I think they were more interested in whether we brought them a souvenir. Home, sweet, ...
... and Rt. 10 appeared to go through all of it. At one point we looked to our left and saw the Rio Grande with the border fence and Mexico on the other side. The quality of housing was much less than on the US side. To be so close to Mexico and all the negatives it invokes - drug cartels, illegals, etc. - brought out a chill in me. But many find there are positives and ...
... on Hwy 191 to do scenic and hectic or southeast on Hwy 180 to do scenic and relaxed; we chose scenic and relaxed.
While we were waiting for gas, we noticed a lot of activity at the small office/grocery entrance at the station as well as at the vehicles in front of us. As we looked closer, we realized these were water tanker trucks, fire suppression trucks, EMS and buses loaded with forest fire fighters. Only then did it dawn on us that these ...