Rudy's brisket sandwich was really really good!!!
Cotton...........who knew, in southern NM, fields and fields of it.
Below are some of the interesting sites we saw along NM 28.
Beautiful Stone Church.
The front of this bar/cafe just caught our attention (guess thats the point....lol)
Just loved this house.
Using an old tractor as a flagpole.
We ended our drive at the La Vina Winery. As with most Winerys around the country, it's really nice and done in the old world Spanish style.
Sheryl enjoying a sample of their finest. They did have some very good wines with the sparkleing Mascoto being our favorite. They also have an outside patio if you wish to bring your own snacks and enjoy them with a glass or bottle of their many wines. The tasting was $5.00 for a sample of 6 wines and you get to keep the glass.
It was a really nice day out, since we found out we will be here until at least Nov 16th. That should be Sheryls last appointment, and if all goes right, off to Dallas for Thanksgiving. There are also more winery's along the route, we just decided to stop at the one today.
So if you are ever in the area, take a slow trip down a very senic road, that is NM 28, you will enjoy it.
Until next time........keep Lovin Your Life as we do ours!!!