La Quinta Inn & Suites Deming
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- 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 …
... quite large town and we can't seem to find either. We eventually find one that's in the cinema/bowling centre and the nice barman tells us it's the fault of the 'snowbirds' people from up North who buy homes here and interfere with the community and they're only here during the winter, he says young people have to go to Las Cruces for a night out. He says theres karaoke here in a couple of hours time, can't last that long (plus it'll probably be country), so we head ...
... lot of empty buildings for lease or sale or just plain empty.
We visited the Deming Luna Mimbres Museum -- an amazing museum housed in what was originally an armoury next to the Veterans Park. There were such amazing displays inside-- so interesting and well done. Admission is by donation. We felt we got our money's worth for the $20 we put in-- a little steeper than I usually go when ...
... night before and it was amazing!
White Sands Missile Range - On July 16,1945 (the year I was born) the first man-made atomic explosion sent a huge multicolored cloud surging to an altitude of 40,000 feet. What remains today is a sloping crater at Trinity Site. Since then this area has been used for rocket testing and then in the 60's this desert was used for testing the lunar module engines that the Apollo astronauts used on the moon ...
Today we are excited to be continuing our journey home. But our trek to Carlsbad has taken us a long way from I 10 (and our route home), so today's drive is primarily along single lane roads through sparsely populated areas. We made a brief stop in Artesia, NM to admire their series of bronze monuments and then turned our car westward again. After literally hours of driving through nowhere, we stopped in Alamogordo, NM. Here we visited the ...