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Going to sleep in Las Cruces, NM.
Saw the most
beautiful sunset, but took pictures with my eyes.
Carlsbad Caverns is
every good adjective under the sun. There just
aren't enough words to
describe it! Too tired to post pics and blog.
By the way, there was no visitor center in Nowhere, New Mexico (LOL)
so we …
... NCL EPIC: Pier @ South America Way, Dodge Island: Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat, Sun....... AT SEA
Monday, May 5: FUNCHAL, PORTUGAL
Tue, May 6 & Wed, May 7: AT SEA
May 8: BARCELONA: Moll D'Adossat port Thursday,
May 8 (3 days in Barcelona) Apartment: Bobila 11; check in @ Calle Santa Caterina ...
... 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.
We left the town of Carlsbad mid-morning headed for Carlsbad Caverns. The caverns are in the middle of nowhere, which is a shame because they are a spectacular natural phenomena.
After the hike yesterday, we were looking for something a little more low-key on the effort scale, so we decided to hike down the caverns, but ...
... of statehood. There was a lovely old sandstone church on the town square. Billy the Kid was also tried in one of the buildings that was a courthouse at the time and convicted to be hanged here. The architecture is vintage thick wall adobe with rounded corners, archways, and breezways.
We next stopped at a local winery that offered wine tasting. We did, and it was ...