Holiday Inn Express & Suites Las Cruces North
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... 1854, the village, being closer to the fort than either Las Cruces or Dona Ana, became the supply center for the garrisoned troops, providing entertainment, food, hay and building materials. The Mexican inhabitants of Mesilla also provided the knowledge needed to build a fort of adobe. The colony of Mesilla flourished. It was a major stop on the crossroads of the Chihuahua Trail, and now the fort demanded items Easterners were accustomed ...
... here so close to Albuquerque. On Thursday we drove up Sandia Peak which is about 11,000 ft and overlooks Albuquerque. We saw more deer here than we did in Colorado in the National Forest. We then went to El Pinto for lunch. El Pinto is the most beautiful restaurant! We sat outside on the patio which is so beautiful with all the flowers and decorations. They have outdoor heaters and ...
... out what we were looking at. We could have been at the beach. There were dunes and dunes for miles that finally ended at the shore of a dried lake. The whiteness comes from the gypsum - this area is only 10,000 years old. Duke enjoyed the nature hike through the dunes with us. He was able to run and run off the leash which he loves. This park has lots of picnic areas ...
Usually when we stop at a town for an overnight stay, I try to fuel up before going to our campground for the night; since yesterday was Memorial Day, there just were not any stations open that we passed on our way to the Bear Paw so today I had to fill up after we got to the next community of Alpine. While waiting in line at the one and only gas station in Alpine, we realized that this was where we had to make the route decision I mentioned ...
Well actually, it was a WIND... We left Willcox, Arizona at about half ten, heading for our next destination, Leasburg Lake State Park. It was cool in Willcox, having rained off and on all evening. The temperature got down low enough to cover the Sooby with heavy ice and frost. Fortunately, I had taken on fresh water and disconnected our hose last night, so we had no problems. The trip is over two hundred miles and was an exciting one, if you don't count ...
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