Motel 6 Las Cruces
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... Llama farm; some cool rock formations between Benson and Wilcox; and lots of small dust devils reminding us that monsoon season is right around the corner. Yup, not much.
We arrived in Las Cruces at 7:00PM, but with the time change it was technically 8:00PM. Got a nice little room and a great recommendation from the hotel clerk for a Mexican restaurant named Andala’s. The main restaurant was closed, so we ate across ...
... and completely blocking the road. Cars began wondering what we were doing, so Mike tried one more time to start the engine and it sputtered and gasped and then fired up. We immediately drove it into the campground, breathed a big sigh of relief and popped the tops off a couple beers ( Shiner Bohemian Black Lager from Texas) and relaxed! Tomorrow, on to Albuquerque and Sante ...
... visit often. I owe them more than I could every repay.
My Grandmother passed away last year leaving my grandfather as my only living Grandparent. We spent the day Saturday with my him and went out to Miranda's faaaavorite restaurant in Las Cruces... Golden Corral. I know there are a lot of great places to eat there, but this golden corral has it going on! ...
... The Native Americans didn't like that at all but were not able to eject the foreigners. Americans also showed interest in protecting the commerce in the area and established Fort Fillmore. Masilla became the fort's main source of supplies. Masilla became a sort of "no mans land" as both Mexico and the U.S. claimed the area.The Gadsden Purchase officially made the area a part of the U.S. in 1854.
The sun has set and we will rest comfortably ...