New Mexico and Arizona: Mesilla, Bisbee, Tombstone, Casa Grande

– [Robert] This video is
sponsored by Custom Covers. In today’s video we are going to be ♪ Driving through New Mexico, Arizona ♪ – Historic Mesilla Bisbee, Tombstone, Tucson, the abandoned domes of Casa Grande, Phoenix, and eventually Quartzsite. Coming up next. (bright music) ♪ I’m riding (riding, riding) ♪ ♪ Riding in my RV ♪ ♪ My RV ♪ ♪ Wherever I want to be ♪ ♪ Because I’m free in my RV, yeah ♪ Our KOA here in Anthony, Texas is barely a mile away from
the New Mexico state line. In fact, the town straddles both states. So, soon after I depart, I encounter this huge New Mexico sign and since my old New Mexico picture wasn’t all that great, I am going to make a
brand new one right here, with this humongous sign. I also decided to stop
at the visitor’s center. Let’s check out the welcome center. I guess this one is not open anymore. I have to visit the one at Las Cruces. Oh, well. I like the fact that they
make these welcome centers kind of folkloric. Alright, let’s continue. New Mexico awaits. Oh, check it out, flying saucer. Yeah, we might pass by
Roswell at some point. There’s minitini in New Mexico. (bright music) It doesn’t look like
I’m gonna be able to put that New Mexico sticker
this time around either because I think I’m just
gonna drive through, but I’ll put it on the way back, for sure. And I’m getting worried about my battery. I’ll tell you more about it later. (bright music) We are approaching Las Cruces, New Mexico, and I’m going to stop here at
the Walmart for a few minutes, get my bearings and come up
with a brand new travel plan. Here is what I’m going to do. Let’s pass by historic
Mesilla here nearby, and we’ll save the rest of
Las Cruces for another time. The GPS keeps pronouncing it Mess-ila, but I wonder if the correct way would be as you would in Spanish,
Mesilla, as in small mesa, since this was part of Mexico until 1853. Apparently, during the Wild West era, this used to be a pretty happening place, which attracted the
likes of Billy The Kid, and even Mexican
revolutionary Pancho Villa. Here to the left, we have the
historic Plaza de Mesilla. The gazebo at the center
had to be rebuilt, in 2014, due to structural problems. Here, by the end, we have
the Basilica San Albino, a catholic church, the current
building dating back to 1906, although the original first
church was built in 1852. And here we see some of these typical New Mexican adobe constructions. Let’s continue, although
I’ve made a mental note to return to Mesilla
and Las Cruces someday. Well, we’ve been going up a
pretty long steep grade here. Almost at the top and pretty
nice view, looking back. Every time you travel
near the Mexican border, you will encounter one of these border patrol checkpoints shortly after. Isn’t it starting to look like
the desert in Breaking Bad? (bright music) They have all these
billboards here advertising this trading post coming
up called Akela Flats. It has tourist trap written all over it, but it has good reviews on Google, so I might visit next time
I’m in southern New Mexico. ♪ Driving to the west ♪ ♪ I’m driving through
New Mexico, Arizona ♪ ♪ Even California I’m gonna ♪ ♪ Gonna get my kicks on 66 ♪ ♪ The mountains and
the desert are my fix ♪ I think we’re gonna skip The Thing. I’ve got something much,
much better in mind. We are crossing the
continental divide here, which, to be honest, it
is a little anticlimactic in this flat desert. The Loveland Pass in Colorado
was way more dramatic. 11,990 feet above sea level. It’s kind of cold, and
as you can see this- ♪ Driving to the west ♪ ♪ Into the sunset ♪ ♪ Driving to the west ♪ So many trains. ♪ I’m getting into Utah, Colorado ♪ ♪ High above sea level is my motto ♪ ♪ Into the thin air I might see a bear ♪ ♪ Nothing like the west, doesn’t compare ♪ ♪ Driving through the west in my RV ♪ ♪ Is where I wanna be ♪ (train horn blaring) As we continue towards Arizona, it becomes increasingly picturesque. (bright country music) Okay, I’m gonna tell you what
the plan is here in a second. We’re going to take a detour. Oh, it’s getting too hot in here. All right. It’s supposedly about 20
more minutes down this road, but since, on this road, I
might be able to actually go at the speed limit, it
might even be the same time. So, besides, you know, some
times it is better to take some of these secondary roads
and this could be interesting. The only problems with these roads is that sometimes, as you see, is not as well maintained
as the interstate. We’ll see, maybe it’s just
this little part here. This is New Mexico
Highway 80, going south. Very picturesque. Look at that. (upbeat rock music) This small town here is
called Rodeo, New Mexico. And here we are. We have made it to Arizona! Okay, let me tell you what the plan is. As you saw, we left El
Paso, Anthony, actually, passed by Las Cruces and
continue west on I-10. Then we took a detour
on this very picturesque state route 80 and crossed into Arizona. Now we’re going to continue
hugging the Mexican border, and then back north through Bisbee. We’re going to stop at Tombstone, and then by Benson, we
rejoin I-10 towards Tucson. That’s the plan, anyways. Before we continue, let me tell you about Custom Covers, our sponsor. They build these steel
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Traveling Robert discount. After a short recess here
by the Arizona state line, I continue due southwest
on this beautiful road. (upbeat blues music) There’s a historical marker coming up. Let’s see what it is. Quick stop here on the side of the road. This is the Geronimo Surrenders Monument. The last Apache chief. Arizona is a state of incredible beauty. Really, really in awe at
the beauty of this state. Look, everywhere you look. It’s magnificent. So lucky to be here. Okay, let’s continue towards Tombstone. At this rate, we’ll never make it. As soon as we hit Arizona, no cell signal. (upbeat blues music) We are almost by the
border town of Douglas, Agua Prieta on the other side. Okay, let me make sure I turn right here, otherwise we’ll end up in Mexico. Yeah, that’s pretty much the border. Mexico is actually about
a mile away to the south. (upbeat blues music) Bisbee, Arizona, coming up. (upbeat country music) And here we are, entering Bisbee. This was founded as a
mining town back in 1880, and it’s considered, nowadays, one of the quirkiest towns in America. It certainly is picturesque. As we enter the historic district, here to the right we have the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum. I would love to explore, but I’m afraid that won’t be possible today. There won’t be a way to park here, at least not with the trailer in tow. Today, we’re probably just going
to be able to drive through and return in the future,
with better planning or a camper van. It is such a cute, picturesque town. Well, I took a wrong turn
and had to turn around, but might as well take advantage and stop here for this view. Here’s another quick view
of the town from up here, and we continue towards Tombstone. Hopefully, I’ll find parking. (upbeat country music) Here we are, Tombstone. Parking might be a challenge since they don’t allow
RVs, as you can see. Luckily, there is parking on
the side of the main highway. I parked here. It’s a couple of blocks away. I hope there is no problem. All the parkings were for cars only. This is interesting. So the high school is for sale. Interesting. You see if we had something
like that, we could have parked. Anyways, here’s the
famous Tombstone, Arizona. Not very busy today. Here is the Bird Cage Theatre, which used to be a saloon and
a theater and the poker room. Across the street, they
have this touristy shop. Let’s venture inside the Bird Cage. – [Guide] That is a 45 Ricochet and back over in this
corner, in the green paint, just to the right of Fatima,
that’s a 44 rollerball. Great in the 1881, and you can
spend all the time you want. There’s a lot to see,
take a lot of pictures. The admission is $12 for adults. – [Robert] Well, here is the original bar. As you probably overheard,
admission is $12 for adults if you wanna see the rest. Might do that later, but I
don’t know if it is worth it. Meanwhile, let’s just
walk around a little bit, check out the town. Here is Doc Holidays Saloon. I feel like Marty McFly in
Back to the Future Part Three. Very touristy. It is a very picturesque town,
with mountains all around. Oh, the O.K. Corral. That’s where they have the reenactment. Here is Big Nose Kate’s Saloon, and they’ve got food, so let’s go in. I’m kind of hungry. (country music) Cool, they even have live music. I have, of course, an
IPA, as I usually do. ♪ Yippee ki-yay ♪ – Pretty cool place. (people chattering) It’s the cowboy cheesesteak. That’s interesting. This is the area where you can dress up and take a picture with the old piano. (woman laughing) It’s time to go. Let’s continue. (country music) Now that I’ve quenched
my thirst and hunger, we can continue. There’s the O.K. Corral, where they do the gun fight reenactment. And that’s where I parked, way out there. Oh, that’s where the
gun fight takes place, but you have to pay for that one. It’s free in the weekend on
the street, so I’ll come back. Let’s continue walking around,
see what else there is. There’s another saloon theater here. Saloon theatre. Here’s the courthouse from 1882. I overheard someone say that the Courthouse
Museum was outstanding, and it’s only seven dollars,
so let’s check it out. (female tour guide speaking faintly) Here we have what looks
like some torture devices. Oh, wait, I think he was a doctor. (light rock music) Yep, lots of old pictures and all these old artifacts at this place. Old mining equipment, like
this dry panning apparatus. Here’s an old piano. Actually, the first
piano here in Tombstone. And the talking machine. Hmm, the post office. Well, let’s go upstairs
into the attorney’s office. Well, your honor. As you may have guessed,
this is the courtroom. Well, there are a lot
of interesting things to see here at the museum,
but we must continue. Let’s go back to the main drag. – How are you doing today?
– Hey, how are you? – [Man] So far so good, man. (people speaking in the background) – [Robert] As you can see,
not all the attractions are on the main drag,
which is actually a segment of East Allen Street. I’ll be honest, I did expect
it to be livelier here, but it is a Thursday afternoon. Most of the town is stores. Oh, they have a winery. The Silver Strike Winery. Yeah, it is too bad I
have to continue driving all the way to Tucson. – We learn as we get older. Well, it was nice talking to you. – [Robert] By the way, I anticipated this and went to the local RV park, but it was fully booked, so I gotta go. Also, the dirt road is kind
of fake, you know, for show. There’s actually pavement underneath. If you don’t believe me,
look on Google Street View. Hmm, street musician. Oh, this is where I ate, at
the Big Nose Kate’s Saloon. (people chattering) It is much, much, much emptier now. Anyways, that wine place
was really tempting. – [Man] On a eerie tour by stagecoach! – Well, that’s pretty much the main drag. It’s just like two city
blocks and very touristy. Let’s check out the Bird Cage
Theatre one last time here. And I do believe at night
they have ghost tours here. (people chattering) – [Man] (laughing) Gotta
give the governor his. – Yeah, I know.
– Cool, let’s go. – [Man] Ready to go ahead? – We’ll do this next time
because right now I’ve gotta go. Actually, before we go, let’s
check out one of these stores. Let’s see what they have. (upbeat country music) Yeah, I’ve always wanted a cowboy hat. No, my head is too big. My head is still too big. Well, Tombstone was fun, wasn’t it? In hindsight, I’m thinking
maybe I should have done the Bird Cage, you know, pay the 12 bucks to see the whole thing, because it was a pretty famous
place here from 1881 to 1889. And, apparently, they
have 120 bullet holes throughout the building to prove it. When it finally closed in 1892,
the building wasn’t reopened until 1934, and it was
like a time capsule, so it would have been neat to see it. Maybe next time. (upbeat country music) Well, we drove really
close to the Mexican border so it was only a matter of
time before we encountered another one of these
border patrol checkpoints. I guess they usually just
let you drive through. The one time that they stopped
me and asked me questions, I didn’t have the camera on. Go figure. Well, we are approaching Benson. (upbeat country music) I’m kind of tired, so the plan is to stop at a Walmart, just before Tucson. Well, here I am, and it’s all great, except for all the no
overnight parking signs, which means I am going to
have to stay somewhere else. I saw an RV park about a mile back, which, by the way, is not
listed in the Allstays app, so I call and they have one
vacant site, so off I go. It is called Cactus
Country, and here I am. (calm electronic music) I think I’m gonna stay here. This place seems pretty nice. It’s called Cactus
something, but, check it out. I guess it is true what
they say about the desert, the sunsets. (relaxing music) Well, it is very nice to
have full hook-ups and wifi, since I’m going to be boondocking
for the next few nights. Good morning. Well, this is where I stayed last night, here at the Cactus Country RV Park. It’s pretty nice. I was actually really tired,
and desperate last night, so it was a welcome surprise. And here they have a cactus garden. We’ve seen those before on the road. Yes, it is a very nice cactus garden. All kinds of different species. All these cacti. Of course we are in the
middle of the desert. (birds chirping) Oh, Arizona has to be the
most beautiful state ever. Well, one of the most beautiful, for sure. Oh, that’s a pretty big cactus,
here by the park office. It’s a shame I have to
go, but I have to go. (light country music) Well, I’m leaving here. – [GPS Assistant]
Continue for half a mile. – Thank you, this cactus campground. And, yeah, I guess this is the exit. Okay, cool. And you might ask,
“What’s the hurry, Robert? “You have skipped so many
places along the way.” And, yeah, I sure have. By the way, hear that sound? I think my power steering is… It’s on its last leg,
but I have a mission, and the mission is to
make it to Quartzsite before they take down
the tent, the big tent, and that would be today or tomorrow. So, today’s Friday, by the way. They take down the tent on Sunday. But I wanted to make it to Quartzsite before the RV Show finished. Now, after tomorrow, the
real adventure begins because I can– – [GPS Assistant] In a
quarter mile, turn left onto South Houghton Road. – Because I can take it slower from there. It’s a beautiful area. ♪ Driving through New Mexico, Arizona ♪ ♪ Even California I’m gonna ♪ ♪ I’m gonna get my kicks on 66 ♪ ♪ The mountains and
the desert are my fix ♪ ♪ Driving to the west in my RV ♪ ♪ Is where I wanna be ♪ (bright country music) There’s Picacho Peak coming
up ahead, on the left. ♪ Driving to the west, into the sunset ♪ ♪ Driving to the west ♪ ♪ Driving to the west, into the sunset ♪ ♪ Driving to the west ♪ All of a sudden, saguaro cacti everywhere. When people go to Florida or California they’re all excited about the palm trees. Well, you have no idea how excited I am to see the saguaro cacti. It is so typical and emblematic
of the Arizona desert. I’m gonna see lots of
those in the next few days. We’re going to take a quick detour here, and I have to make a U turn. Let’s check out the abandoned
domes of Casa Grande. I was tempted to say Casa Grand-ay, but I’ve learned recently
you’re not supposed to pronounce the E at the end, so Casa Grande. These are pretty cool. Interesting. And I also heard that
the acoustics in here- Look at that, listen to that. This is amazing. Echo. One, two, yes. Wow. Ooh, there is someone
there in that U-Haul truck. Anyways, I don’t think
I’m supposed to be here, so I’m going to leave. But, there you go, those are
the famous abandoned domes. Well, let’s check them off the list. I’ve always wanted to come here at the abandoned domes of Casa Grande. Their origin is somewhat mysterious. Apparently, they are an unfinished computer manufacturing
facility from back in the ’80s, but I haven’t been able to find any definitive information about them. I didn’t see the no trespassing sign. Oh, well. But there’s someone in
there with a U-Haul truck. I don’t want to intrude
if there’s someone there. Maybe the new owner of the property? It would have been cool to explore. Okay, off to Quartzsite we go. Well, I am pretty much
going to drive non-stop all the way to Quartzsite. (calm music) Hmm, it’s a Unity. ♪ Riding ♪ ♪ Riding in my RV ♪ Yeah, so here we are approaching Phoenix. Right now, we’re just driving through, but I’m going to spend
a couple of days here on the way back. It is so cool to see the Los Angeles sign. Anyway, at least symbolically, it means that I’ve almost
driven cross country, since that is actually
the next major city, L.A. ♪ I’m free in my RV, yeah ♪ And I forget to tell you
what happened to my battery. Well, on those nights boondocking
on my way from Florida, I depleted it pretty bad,
and then at the campground in El Paso, it would not charge, and I was like, “Hmm, what’s happening?” It was only last night at
Cactus Country that I’d realized that one of my breakers had tripped, the one for the circuits
that converts AC to DC and charges the battery and
runs the 12 Volt systems. So my fridge was working off
propane, and all my lights and everything else continued
to deplete the battery. Hopefully, last night I
think I got a good charge, because we’re going to be
boondocking for the next few days here in Quartzsite, Arizona. (upbeat blues music) On the next video, we’ll
experience the RV extravaganza that is Quartzsite in the winter. We’ll get to hang out
with fellow YouTubers, and even sneak in to one
of their live videos. We’ll check out to the big
tent at the Quartzsite RV Show. We’ll attend meetups and meet even more YouTubers and viewers. We’ll have campfires,
and even take a dirt road and visit a secluded bar in
the middle of the desert. All that and more on the next video. So subscribe and click on the bell, so you don’t miss any of that. If you have enjoyed traveling with us, make sure you are subscribed
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100 Replies to “New Mexico and Arizona: Mesilla, Bisbee, Tombstone, Casa Grande

  1. Great video. This is a trip that I would love to do some day. You mentioned you like IPAs. One of my favourites is Jai Alai from cigar City Brewing in Tampa. Whenever I am in Florida, it's on my shopping list!

  2. Now I will officially comment on this one, another homerun! I am so looking forward I can do a trip like this one day, you are living the dream, safe travels!

  3. Really enjoy your videos Robert ! We are discovering a lot of new places to visit with are new Leisure Travel MB.

  4. Hi Robert,thanks a lot for sharing yet another gorgeous video here!Quite entertaining,as usual.Greetings from William in Bruges,Belgium,Europe.

  5. Robert, Thanks for the video and the effort you put into these. While watching I wondered if you ever thought about placing a cargo carrier on the roof of your SUV for extra storage? Just wondering.

  6. Every time i watch your videos i forget about everything and I fell like I'm right there.. traveling in my RV. thank you.Wishing you only good vibes.

  7. How cool to see you with Patrick from "The Paddy Wagon." I just saw you on his video a few days ago. Too bad those domes were off limits. I would have loved to hear you sing inside one of them.

  8. If you think the cacti are beautiful, you should have gone to Saguaro National Park at the city limits near Tucson, AZ.

  9. Get a ctek battery chrger….the best in the world….recondition mode…will bring back your dead bttery…if they are wet cell batteries …ensure the you topoff with distilled water only…check water levels frequently. ..baking soda will neutralize any battery acid spills

  10. Another great travel video Robert!! Arizona is really beautiful. Your new soundtrack is awesome too!! 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

  11. Yes, AZ has it's points of interest and desert beauty, but I prefer the Colorado mountains, rivers, and overall picturesque scenic views. My husband and I lived there for 15 years (until recently), so a I may be a little "prejudiced" 🙂  I'd never visited Tombstone (and never will, most likely), so glad you gave us a peek. I first heard of you (and your travel channel) watching Paul and Lorena's The Motorhome Experience video from Quartzite (where you were sitting in on one of their filming periods). I was hooked after seeing just one of your well-made videos! By the way, here's a link re the Casa Grande Domes in AZ, for those wanting a little add'l info about them:   Happy Trails!

  12. It would be very cool if you recorded yourself singing in those spaceship looking buildings ! Then you could add your music to it later !

  13. Robert, I paused this video only three minutes into it. If no one has told you in previous comments, all the English-only locals pronounce it mu-SEE-uh. Will watch the rest of your video now. Always good to see you having fun! — Later, and finished watching. Another terrific job with editing and your wonderful music!

  14. There is a parking lot that allows RVS just around the corner from the Bird Cage. Sorry, I don't remember the name of the street that it is on.

  15. Hi, Robert 👍🏻👊🏻 Awesome travel adventure 👍🏻 I really liked Arizona, amazing beautiful scenery and Tombstone was cool I stopped the video and took some pictures while your were filming in the town of the lawyers office and courtroom and the stagecoach thanks for filming the town, so cool 👍🏻 I’ve always liked the old west. Thanks for sharing, enjoy and have a Great week, be safe my friend !!!! Danny

  16. Robbo instead of converting a school bus into a Skoolie, why don't you buy that high school and convert it into a Tiny House??
    BTW this video is rated R for Bigass content. Hubba hubba!

  17. The abandoned domes have been condemned as unsafe and ordered torn down and the owner is fined $5,000. The largest dome had half it cave in in Dec 2016.

  18. It's a shame how they have screwed up Tombstone. The rampant commercialism takes all the fun out of it. But thanks for another great video in spite of the greed.

  19. We were "babysitting" our not so baby 15yr old niece this past weekend and she came out of her room while we were catching up on our subscriptions. Needless to say one of your videos was qued up and she loved it! She was singing along the whole time. Once we were caught up with all the recent uploads we asked her if there was a channel she wanted to watch…. And YOU were her choice lol.

  20. I love the "Driving to the West" song…it sticks in my hand hours after watching your videos…love the video, and the quick updates on where you've stayed along the way.

  21. Towards the end of the video you were talking about how you've traveled almost all the way across America…try THIS one on: From Houston, where I'm from, is 1500 miles from Los Angeles. When you get to El Paso you're HALF way to Los Angeles…AND, STILL IN TEXAS!!!! Lol! Great video as always, along with the fantastic videography! Btw, is that YOU singing in the songs I hear in your videos??? If it is where can I hear the full songs? Travel safe, my friend, and, God Bless!
    (3/13/2018 8:43am CST)

  22. I'm sorry you ran through New Mexico and Arizona, two of my favorite states. I lived in Albuquerque for a summer and it was great. You would like Santa Fe also. Great mountains and canyons in both states.

  23. Roberto…love the videos…but..if you are taping and have the opportunity to ROLL down the window so that the glare disappears…i think it would be a good thing…and i really love your music! big fan…stay safe…..

  24. Robert, had to laugh when you skipped "The Thing". At first I was disappointed, like I was ten years old or something. Then I laughed when I realized you sounded like my dad on vacation.

  25. Very nice video…I love it…I'm a big western fan, I hope to visit Tombstone somewhere in the future….greetings from Belgium, Europe. 🙂

  26. Fiinnaallyy you made it to Quartzite…after many discussions, nice to see anotherone of the bucket list items getting checked off. ha-ha 6:56 "it's getting hot in here, so…" (i just made you sing it didn't I ? woo-hoo now we are throwing dollars at you Robert 🙂 wow 25:40 it's not often that you get to stay at a 'Resort' for $39/nt (Cactus Country RV).

  27. Robert I just picked up your channel after seeing you in Quartzsite with k y d or I'm sorry motorhome experiment love the way you do your video on with the music and the travel you actually show a lot of scenery most of the channels do not do that me and my wife both are Travellers retired have a small unit like yourself hope to meet up with you someday keep up the good work and as always be safe

  28. Johnny Bones was my favorite attraction in Tombstone.He is an amazing musician and character.He is a street entertainer who plays the bones for hours in the hot sun.Please support his good work if you go to Tombstone.

  29. We went out west last year and got talked into stopping and seeing "the thing". You did not miss anything by bypassing it. You should have visited boot hill cemetery while you were in Tombstone. It is pretty cool.

  30. Роберт, спасибо за песню! Великолепно!
    Robert, thanks for your song! Beautiful!

  31. I wish he would have stopped in Las Cruces and Mesilla. I love that area. I want to live there some day.

  32. Hello Robert, I'm hoping you can tell me which GPS unit you use in your vehicle. I've tried several and they all seem to be off, even after updating them. I'm enjoying your trip across the Southwest. In 1980 I rode a bicycle from Coconut Grove to LA and passed through a lot of that country. Thanks for the memories as well as your time. 🙂

  33. About a hundred years ago my great grandfather shot a man dead near the OK Corral. There was a trial and he was acquitted.

  34. We loved Tombstone! It's our favorite movie and our wedding was themed after it. We got married in the red rocks outside Vegas and came here a few years ago. I bought a great pair of boots at the mercantile and we ate at Big Nose Kate's.

  35. Yes Robert it is worth it. The Bird Cage Theater is full of History and lots of things to look at. I know I've been in it, I have video on my channel

  36. Not sure what is happening with youtube, but maybe you know? I know I've watched this video several times and have always liked it. But every so often, I'll watch a video ago and my like has disappeared, so I hit like again. Strange.

  37. You Missed the Best Part of Tucson; Gate's Pass: Classic Western Sunset Photography, "A" Mountain" Panoramic Vista-Bring your Lunch No Drone needed. Old Tucson: Movie Set Western Classic Movie Set. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: The Living Desert. The Original Pima County Court House, San Xavier Del Bac: The White Dove of the Desert. Tumacacori Historical Mission. And Colossal Cave Tourist Accessible by the CCC in the 1940's. On this Trip it is Most Enjoyed with the Wife.

  38. Robert, you discovered the best way to see New Mexico…in the rear view mirror, LOL. If you want to see something amazing, that drive from Gallup NM up to Colorado. But don’t breakdown, you may be there for a while.

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