Value Place Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Las Cruces, New Mexico ("City of Crosses") served a two-week home for us, while working on a Habitat For Humanity building project. Our good friend from the Peace Corps, Pam, happened to join us for the build, so we were able to enjoy some of the sights with her:
Historic Old Mesilla, NM is a suburb of Las Cruces. We enjoyed the weekly Farmers' and Crafters' Market and the ...
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... slow business. So he came up with a plan of pretending there was a sandstorm and closing the highway so hundreds of people would be stuck in this little town with nothing better to do than to have a lunch ;) You can see that we were quite bored. The funniest thing was that on our way out of the café we did meet the sheriff…
The road was finally open and we continued our trip singing to the music and admiring the beautiful sunset framed by stormy clouds.
... knowing the language at all. I find though that once I get somewhere and settle in I relax a bit and enjoy the experience.
I've been getting our travel documents in order, confirming hotel arrangements, choosing our shore excursions and so on. Rick Steves has a helpful website and great travel books. I am so excited.
It is now just 15 days away. It can't ...
... showed little interest in New Mexico when they explored along the Rio Grande River during the 1500's and 1600's. The region only began to flourish, by European standards, after Mexico gained her independence from Spain in 1821. From this time forward trading flourished along the Chihuahua- Santa Fe Trail and the Rio Grande Valley became politically and commercially valuable.
In the mid 1850's Masilla became permanently settled by ...