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... Billy The Kid was tried & sentenced to hang in 1881! That is just a boring tourist shop now so I included this photo instead!! It was Mesilla Mercado (market) day so we had a wander round & stopped for lunch. Too bad they allow parking in front of the church & around the square though, it really spoilt it's old time charm!
About 25 miles from Las Cruses is the home of ...
... 100 degree sun and feels ice cold under your feet. When you get into the back country, among the dunes and away from shrubs, it genuinely feels like a hike across the moon.
This was my first time coming to white sands with Baxter, and he absolutely loved it. Dogs are meant to be on leash at all times, but Baxter is so well behaved that we gave him a little more freedom, mostly to play fetch with his favorite lacross ball.
We were able ...
... a strong head wind. About 12 miles outside Hatch I passed a Border Patrol check point. A few miles later I pulled off the road for a water break. While taking my water break the young biker we had talked to yesterday at the Gila Cliff Dwellers rode up. We talked briefly and discovered that he was going to try to push through El Paso by tonight. He started out then ...
... that showed their presence. They looked around and decided to have a huge "A" (for the New Mexico university Aggies because the university was known for agriculture) on Tortugas mountain. In all we walked about 4 km up to an observatory station and microwave tower. The hike ended at 2:10 PM so we decided to drive down to El Paso, Texas ...
... swim practice and Silas was still sleeping the next morning but I did manage to capture pictures of me with David and Marissa.
As it was just the three of us for dinner, I was treated to a marvelous steak at the Texas Roadhouse. In addition to a delightful dinner it was additional time to just sit and visit.
When I woke up the next morning, I ...