La Quinta Inn & Suites Deming
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well like I said let's get outta Dodge and we did a massive 490 miles to get to Deming, New Mexico - a lot of highway miles and some detours to get off highways too...
Couple of things about Deming - the evenings entertainment seems to be to go to one end of town on your Harley or in your Hot Rod and drive to the other end - not fast or …
We started the day with a drive from Silver City NM through the Gila National Forest to a remote National Monument. The National Monument is the home of the Gila Cliff Dwellers. We hiked to where the cliff dwellers made their home in the caves. There were 6 caves in all. We were able to climb to the caves and enter all but one of them. They were very interesting and must have made a pretty good shelter for the ...
... from 4,200 to 4700 ft). I need to find the right adjective to describe the road scenes. I think the pictures tell of the vastness. Apache and Chiricawhua Indian historical areas (Geronimo surrendered in Apache, AZ). And somewhere along the route we crossed the Continental Divide... again.
In Deming we went to the Luna Mimbres Museum, said to be one of the southwest’s largest and better museums. It was impressive for a small town. Also hit ...
... are good here because the river water that is used for the grapes is clear and pure.
Deming is very interesting and there must be about 10 RV parks here that are huge plus there are so many other parks outside of town. This town must triple in the winter months and the traffic must be terrible. The views are great with the mountains in the distance, lots of stores, restaurants and the weather is warm with little rain.
... from Las Cruces to the Airforce Base and Missile Base up near Alamogordo could be a nightmare. This was on a Sunday and it was bad so I just can’t imagine driving it during rush hour. Las Cruces is named because it is here that the Mescalero Apaches put up crosses to mark the deaths of white settlers ambushed by them. It was also used for intimidation as the wagon trains came through. Then the city became a major supply point for ...