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... a little salt on it. Yum.
We also bought a chile Christmas wreath for our RV.
The Pecan Groves were being harvested also, however we couldn't find any unshelled pecans yet.
Short stop and now off west to our usual first stop in SW Tucson for laundry and house cleaning before we head over to Tucson Mountain park for a week of camping in the Sonoran desert.
... took us in the wash and pointed out some historic stuff. The look ended at the ruins of a cabin that had in eons past, belonged to a French man – the locals called him Frenchy. The park is named after Oliver Lee who was a local cattle baron and shrewd business man who in cahoots with Frenchy controlled all the water that raged from Dog wash and sold it to the farmers in the area. They fashioned cement runs to collect and direct the water ...
... was bigger.
We then drove back through another town about 20 miles away that had almost died when the silver ran out, but there were a few hardy souls who had stayed on and kept the town alive. There were a couple of restaurants and a couple of kitchy gift shops and an empty police car with blacked-out windows that sat at the edge of town. We decided to eat at one of the restaurants, and ...
... No noise of a single car, no lights, no phone service, no internet service. This was a community of about 20 people, both the owners of the RV Park, and a handful of seasonal or full time residents. On Friday nights they all gather on the porch at the office, and they invited us down, so we joined them for "snack and chat". We decided to spend two nights here so we could explore the area.
... beetles, bats, scorpions and snakes. Nevertheless, there is a beauty about the desert that you can be taken by surprise. The stillness during the day and the rare beauty in the sunrises and sunsets are breathless.
We found the Monticello RV Park in Passport America. It's about 5 miles off the interstate toward Elephant Butte. Once you turn off the highway and travel a couple of miles, the road turns ...