Motel 6 Las Cruces - Telshor
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... we thought it would be cold!! Turns out it was Texas that was cold & it's lovely & warm here in Las Cruces!! "The City of Crosses". Just shows how flexible you have to be! UPDATE! We left Jan 21st just in time because Las Cruces had SNOW on Jan 22nd!!! For a taste of past times we walked from our campsite to Old Mesilla, the most visited historical community in New Mexico. It's a typical Mexican ...
... a Pistachio farm founded in 1974 as well as a winery of red, white and rose wines. We tried the reds, they still use corks. The first was a 5 blended red wine which was very light and full bodied and slightly sweet, the second was a Cabernet Sauvignon, which was our favourite, we bought a bottle for around $13.00. The Syrah was very dry not unlike a BBQ table wine back home and their Cab Sav Reserve was clearly barrelled in oak. We bought some pistachio ...
... in Las Cruces.
Taking it easy... ..
Common sage that grows wild in the Southwest.
. This is a typical winter scene around our area. We do get snow sometimes.... Usually a dusting of the white stuff once a year!
Our month on the beach in Mexico has come to an end but it was filled with fun and excitement and new friends were made. We have made our way east down I-10 and are currently in Houston, Texas.
We had a good time with Norm, eating, drinking, joking around and a bit more drinking. We managed to get some golf in and the excitement of the shootings all made for great stories. We purchased a whole lot of jewelery from our new vendor ...