Value Place Las Cruces, New Mexico
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... to us with their dog, Vernon. They had a great attitude that coincided with our view that happy hour starts anytime after 10am. After leaving Puerto Penasco we spent the first night in Tucson and then headed to Las Cruces for another visit with them. We overnighted in Las Cruces and went for dinner to (what else) a Mexican restuarant on New Years eve. We may hit them up for more laughs on the way back from New Orleans.
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... comprised of a man from each household. Time after time the militia wrought revenge on any Apache in the area. In 1851, Apache depredations in the Valley caused the United States government to establish Fort Fillmore to protect the newly conquered territory and its people. As a result of the Mexican War and the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Mesilla was within the strip of land claimed by both the United States and Mexico, a "no mans ...
... hours, we started feeling the RV chug a little going up hills and the engine warning light came on a few times. But we continued onward and finally our destination, the KOA in Las Cruces, New Mexico, came into view. We made the turn and headed up a small incline on the road in front of the park entrance and the engine died. We tried to restart it to no avail. The RV was dead ...
... 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.