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... told us in the first place.There was a long line of folks checking out in the Automotive Department to buy groceries...not automotive stuff. It is always amazing to see some of the characters at Wal-Mart...great people watching material. Finally, I got someone to help us. He wasn't sure how to look up tires, so he had to go get someone else to come and help. We were blessed in the fact that they did have the tire that we needed. The ...
... long fresh air break and did a lot of walking! Very hot! Very strange to be on the United States side and look over at Mexico. The differences are so striking!
On our way to Tuscon, AZ, we made short stops in Deming and Lordsburg, NM and Benson, AZ. During the night, we will make short stops in Maricopa and Yuma, AZ, Palm Springs, Ontario and Pamona, CA. Our final destination ...
... out a couple of dune buggies. They guy was very friendly and we talked for a few minutes. A look in his garage revealed a Dodge Viper that had been "worked on", and it had a 680 horsepower engine. He also had a 70's cuda, and a bunch of street rods. It turns out the he owned the local bar, dance hall, hotel, and a bunch of other businesses in town and is involved in a lot of civic organizations. Nice guy....his name was Herman. Just another person we ...
... Dead Man’s walk, The Journeyman and Uphill All The Way.
Fort Leaton’s which is a reconstructed fortification that served as a trading post on the old Chihuahua Trail from 1848 to 1884. It was later occupied until the 1920s. Murder was involved in the fort changing hands during its history. We think while we were in the fort two men drove up and were trying to break into our RV because our side door was shaking ...
... tired...good night!
Biking – Old CCC Trail to the Fort Trail. The Old CCC Trail was lots of ups and downs, with loose rocks – pretty advanced so we walked some and rode some. At the top was the Scenic Lookout area – beautiful vistas! Then hauled the bikes up the Fort Trail (not ridable!) only to find out that no bikes were allowed on the Fort side of the trail! So back down we went. Rode on the road ...
Other places to stay in Alpine
2607 West Highway 90, Alpine | 3 star hotelfrom $125
2401 East Highway 90, Alpine | 3 star hotelfrom $84
2800 West Highway 90, Alpine | 1 star hotelfrom $101
2407 East Highway 90, Alpine | 2 star hotelfrom $71
209 West Holland Avenue, Alpine | 3 star hotelfrom $122
1404 East US Highway 90, Alpine | Hotelfrom $80