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Las Cruces 2016

Las Cruces Las Cruces is the City of Crosses.  It is 3,908 feet above sea level.  The Rio Grande provides the Mesilla Valley with water for agriculture.  It has an estimated population of 101,643. It is 56% Hispanic or Latino, … Continue reading

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Seven Spells To Farewell

Seven Spells to Farewell Seven Spells to Farewell by Betty Baker was published in 1982.  However, I did not read it until around 1987.  It was written for fifth to ninth graders and I was in the fifth grade when … Continue reading

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California

August 6, 1995 Golden. California always seemed golden to me.  It was a place of sunshine and hope…I remember asking Mom to pack up and move to California when my problems were too much to bear. After endless hours of … Continue reading

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Grand Canyon and Bryce Canyon

July 29, 1995 From God-Forsaken to God-Blessed.   From desolate desert to majestic mountains. From Cliff Dwellings to Pueblo remains.  It seems as if we’ve done it all, but there is still seven or eight days left of vacation to go! … Continue reading

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