Days Inn Deming
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... was back to green, so the forest was recovering.
One of our first stops was at the Nelson Reservoir, a local fishing haunt. Sure enough, there were several people fishing when we were there. It's not a very big lake, but it sure is beautiful among the mountains. The road continued down to about 8000 ft, when we arrived at the small town of Alpine. This is where US-180 breaks away from US-191 and the real fun begins. It was also ...
... years ago as the sea left gypsum behind as the water evaporated, cover 275 square miles. It is amazing to see such bright, white sand in New Mexico!The views from the top of the dunes are spectacular: the Sacramento Mountains 30 miles east; the San Andres Mountains 20 miles west; the Sierra Blanca 67 ...
... of course!!
The Javelinas were crossing near Fort Davis State Park. They are a native wild pig, seen in the deserts of Arizona and Texas.
Drove the scenic route over the mountains towards the l10, then west towards El Paso. Scenery much changing but mainly dry, dusty desert country. Some rolling grasslands that were cattle ranches. Planned to go up the ...
... highs of 60 and lows of 40 with one day of rain and blustery winds. In fact, the winds have been so strong that they rock our 15,000 plus pound trailer! Here you don't have "hat hair", you have "wind hair"! We drove into Deming twice for breakfast burritos with a yummy green chile sauce and to see some of the interesting sites. There are houses with "ristras", colorful strings of sun-dried chile peppers, that drape doorways ...
... it worth the stop. Boot Hill Cemetery was a fantastic take, check out the pics of the grave markers
We hit the road via scenic AZ80 driving through high desert and hills into the mining town of Bisbee (A really neat town worth a stop.) Have lunch at the local camp ground “Dot’s Lunch. We passed by the active Queen Copper huge pit mine, eventually connected to I10 to Deming, NM. Most of the way we were driving through endless high prairie ...