Super 8 Motel Las Cruces/La Posada Lane
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... through the area back in the day. The crosses were at a natural junction and not too far from the Rio Grande river so it was logical that a community formed there.. The town is now about ninety some thousand people and is highly agricultural. Pecans, alfalfa and truck crops make up the majority of what is grown here. It's the alfalfa capital of the country. It's everywhere, even between the rows of young nut trees. We saw ...
Thursday we did the river walk, five miles into town. We visited arts and craft shops and walked through the King William district where the rich houses are located. It used to be called the Kaiser Wilhelm district, but changed its name during the first war... for some reason or other.
Saturday was the big cattle drive day. Long horn cattle, horses, mules and sheep were ...
... 8599996566772px;">Two important cities- Albuquerque, Las Cruces
Year of stateood- January 6 1912
State motto- Crescit eundo
State flower- Yucca
State bird- Greater Roadrunner
... set up our tent in the valley between dunes and went to sleep by about 8:30pm. This allowed us to wake up and catch sunrise since we only stayed in the park one night (and one night is probably all I could really handle). Overnight, there weren't as many shooting stars as I caught on my first white sands trip, but we caught sight of one or two. If I lived nearby or could coordinate better, I think I'll try to catch a meteor shower next time.