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... so many trees, plants, and flowers that made it a sight to see. It was a bit slippery because it had just rained, and it was super humid. Our hair frizzed up within minutes. We stopped at the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and bought some fudge and chocolate goodies. Then, we checked out some of the other shops that lined the river before choosing Iron Cactus as our lunch destination. Evie had chicken enchiladas with Spanish rice, and I had salmon ...
... help her with the stuff over the beachwall in the mornings and again at the end of the day. To our surprise on the day before we were leaving, she came to the RV while I was away buying fish. Liz thought she was trying to sell her a large handpainted plate. Despite her knowing little if any english she finally managed to convey to Liz that it was not to sell but a present for us for helping her over the course of the last month. ...
... we did not get down to the dam at all, but stayed in for the evening. On the days when we are only staying overnight we often do not unhitch, but level the trailer and plug into the services (electric, water, and perhaps sewer…although most state parks use “dump stations” rather than sewer lines to each site).
In the morning we pass through El Paso, TX, on our way across the Southwest part of ...
... to start packing up and cleaning the apartment for easy check-out on Friday. John H. we will call when we get into your area if we come back that way, you know Randy he always mixes things up, and John G. we found a neat looking motorcycle for you, not it's not a great big real one so don't get too excited. Anyway, we send our love to you all and hope you enjoy today's pictures.
Randy, Betty, Hans & ...
I got into Las Cruces about 6:30pm on the 7th. I drove around the city a bit to get my bearings, then checked out Old Mesilla for a bit.
Katie met me at her house a little later. I luckily arrived on the night of her going away party to celebrate her leaving for Peru. There was delicious mango salsa, sangria, and...oh yeah, everyone had to wear a felt mustache. You guessed it, I had on the Hitler stash.
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