Days Inn Las Cruces
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... Conf # 65164408 49-30-383890 Reward # 106541617; pd all with pts.
Monday, June 16 AIR BERLIN Flight 7210: Tegel to Miami (Depart 9:25PM; Arrives 2:00 PM) Hotel: Crown Plaza, 950 NW 42nd Ave., Miami; Conf # 6616857; 305/446/9000
Tuesday, June 17 AA Flight 1689 Miami to Dallas, Departs 12:15 PM, Arrives 2:25 PM; AA Flight ...
... knowing the measures they go through to in order to keep contamination out in order to preserve the cave. We drove another 3 hours to get to Las Cruces, NM and arrived around 6:30 PM (add 1 hour for the time change). We are now back on Alberta time leaving Arizona which was on BC time. The picture shows a very nice clear sky day with the temperature reaching 25 C. We ate ...
... bad everywhere this winter and the south has been no different. We had many cool, windy days in Mexico and we awoke to icicles and a frozen hose in Las Cruces. Houston is currently experiencing the coldest weather since Feb. 2011 with highs around 45F and lows below freezing.
We plan on "re-grouping" here in Houston for a few days and getting the truck serviced if possible. OK everyone....stay warm, I know I'm pulling out my winter coat.
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My Grandparents have been a source of inspiration through out my life and are only second to my parents in contributing to the person I have become. Most of my childhood was spent at their house, and I lived with them again when I started college at NMSU. I was very close to them growing up, so it's sad that I live so far away and haven't been ...
... 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 ...