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... and electric, but the sites are nicely spaced and offer a beautiful panoramic view of the valley. There are semiprecious gem stones naturally found in the park and are there for the taking.
We have a couple other area sights we hope to see: the Pancho Villa State Park and Musem and the City of Rocks. Weather permitting. So bye for now and stay ...
Not much to say after waiting four hours beside I-10 waiting for the dust to "blow over" so we could continue on to our current location.
The AC on Shorty's dash quit, so we stopped in Las Cruces to have it fixed. It took us about three hours to find someone to do it and get it done. Perhaps we could have beat out the storm, but I doubt it. We left our last location at eight AM and got here at ...
... crossing stop on interstate 10 heading to Deming.
Deming -The town of Deming was our next stop before we headed north to get to our campground The City of Rocks State Park. We filled up with gas and made a Wal-Mart stop for supplies. Deming is known for the fields of chilies surrounding the town in the valley and have many of the same crops as Las Cruces except they have grapes and a couple of award winning wineries. What is ...
... day, so may be too tired to blog. We drove through desert all day. As you can see, many saguaro cacti. They can grow to 30-50 feet tall. Some are 200 years old. Quite impressive.
Saw some pretty huge boulders along the way in some canyons. Can you imagine what they might weigh? The large ones ...
We learn that driving in the dark along Texas Highway 190 may not be a wise thing to do: we enter "deer country" and see literally hundreds of deer grazing along the highway for many, many miles. We are both on edge watching to make sure none of them jump across the road in front of us. Very nervewracking. Looking at the atlas tells us that we have to go ...