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Mar 5, 2007 - Las Cruces, NM

We really liked Las Cruces, NM. The campground was very nice with adequate spots and a really nice club house and great dog run. It was warm in Las Cruces and began the shorts weather we were looking for based on the winter we left behind in Seattle. This is also where we had our first problem with the coach. The water pump had to replaced, fortunately there was an RV repair next to the campground and they were able to fix the problem. We visited a suburb of Las CrRuces by the name of La Mesilla, a very small town with lots of shops and a...

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Jan 12, 2007 - Las Cruces, New Mexico--another nice surprise along the way

Sunny Acres RV Park is a very nice camp that is also Passport America and only $13 per night. It is located inside the city of Las Cruces, but is very quiet and clean with nice hosts. Full timer travel friends Dick and Paula Fenner also joined us at this location and toured on their own. We spent a day on a drive to Alamogordo and the spectacular White Sands National Monument. White Sands is one of those very special places located in a remote part of the country that doesn't see the average road warrior. A visit here is worth the effort....

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Nov 27, 2006 - Las Cruces, McHales

I know the map looks funny because it cannot go along the highway, only point to point. We drove Interstate 10 thru El Paso and arrived in Las Cruces, NM. We are visiting with friends Bill & Sandy McHale that we met in California as we were starting out on this adventure last April. They are also Alpenlite owners and we are parked at their house on their RV pad while theirs is in the shop. Their house is on a higher elevation of the foothills with a beautiful view of a the Organ Mountain Range to the east and the city to the west. After...

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Jun 9, 2005 - Tuscon to Las Cruces

Karen has purchased this book about great, but out-of-the-way places to eat all over the US - it is called "Roadfood". This is how we found ourselves driving all the way over the other side of town to a place called Gus Balon's. To be fair though, the food was damn good and I even learned something about eggs. Eggs have been described on most menus so far as "fried", so I was always a bit perplexed when the waitress would ask "how would you like your eggs?". Personally, I'm partial to poached eggs, so I always reply: "poached". My epiphany...

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