the road through New Mexico to texas

Interstate 10 Series:

In New Mexico we change from the Sonoran Desert and the Saguaro cactus to the Chihuahuan Desert and the Yucca Tree.
Interstate 10 east.
Billboards are everywhere.
Along the border of Arizona and New Mexico are a variety of mountain ranges.
New Mexico has many dust storms also known as Haboobs. Along Interstate 10 there are instructions on what to do if caught in a dust storm.
Mountain views from Interstate 10.
Mountain views from Interstate 10 corridor.
White Sands National Monument, New Mexico
MaryAnn hiking in White Sands National Monument.
Our Leisure Travel Van at White Sands.
MaryAnn and the Traveling Pups hiking at White Sands.
White Sands
Our Tiny House.
White Sands
A statue of a Roadrunner along Interstate 10. The roadrunner was made famous in the cartoon series, “Coyote & Roadrunner.”
Rio Grande River through New Mexico.
Water tower near Las Cruces.
Las Cruces, New Mexico
Las Cruces, New Mexico
Mountain tops around Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Las Cruces, located on the border of Texas and New Mexico.
Mountain tops around Las Cruces.
Mountain tops of Las Cruces.
Mountains surrounding Las Cruces.
The Texas border with New Mexico.

New Mexico, the land of enchantment! There’s a whole lot more to see in New Mexico, this post just touched on Interstate 10 across the southern edge of the state. I will revisit New Mexico in another post.

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