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Apr 4, 2019 - The Long and Winding Road

The big day has arrived. Today we packed up and started our journey back home. We spent the last two days cleaning up… trying to remember where things went, finding that things don’t fit where they used to. The day before the packing days, we played our last game of golf in Arizona and Michelle played her best game ever (a 91!) and of course Mike lost to her, so for Mike packing was a good distraction. We were so prepared that in the morning all we had left to do was eat, unplug and go… well that was until the neighbour came over and...

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Winter In Phoenix

Mar 28, 2014 - pie in this guy

i’ve had some more good experiences as i’ve proceeded further into new mexico. the people here are proving to be quite friendly and helpful. from a logistical standpoint i’ve gotten a ride from the proprietor of the motel i’m staying at in quemado, which saved me 6 miles of backtracking, and i also met someone where i stopped for lunch today who drove me another 7 miles that i didn’t have to walk twice. and i’ve arranged for yet another ride tomorrow that will save me another 12 miles of backtracking. all of which means that so far there’s...

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Oct 16, 2006 - Ghost towns around T or C, NM.

Okay our second day of out and about seeing the New Mexico historical mining towns. Below is a list of what we saw, with comments below each. Pictures are here if you want to see them to, very diverse terrain in this area, changes faster than the wind, one minute might rocky bluffs and prickly pear growing everywhere, next grazing land and cattle country, then you look away and look back to see rolling mountains or flat top mesas. Our trip today took us about two hundred miles in a huge circle. We enjoyed it, hope you do to. Hillsboro: (...

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Mar 1, 2005 - Meeting someone in Datil, New Mexico

To Walmart for a cassette tape player and to the library, where I use the wireless and do my internet business. Then on highway 60 east out of Arizona and into New Mexico. A blue highway—good road and very little traffic—more relaxing than the interstate. Some of the mountains have snow on the North side, then I get to rolling hills, perhaps grazing land, not desert at all. Lunch in Springerville at Lil' Rangler. An interior room with a counter is where I start, but the smoke stops me. Smoking is not against the law in New Mexico, but some...

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Lois Hits the Road