. We get to Albequerque about 2 pm and stable at the silver spurs. In the evening we celebrate with Mark his Graduation. At the party i braking part of a tooth. So on top of a tight scedule i have to go see a dentist. Kind enough i am admitted at 12 and have to wait for 30 min. The Dentist, wants to do exrays and th lot, but i can convince him, that all i need is a filing for the gaping whole in my tooth and if it does not hold for the 6 month i will deal with it then. After some more shopping and Mark getting ready we drove down to the boot, as this area is called down here. Its a dry lonely place, here at Antelope Wells. Loading the horses the last time, Apachee hit his head against my forhaed creating two nasty bumps. Luckily my glasses did not get damaged. But i am kind of looking as a devil in disguise. The Men from the Border Patrol are real helpfull and advise us to ride up to the Menonites, where we could ask for staying of night. We start riding at 11 am and we trott the 25 km till we reach the Mennonites Farm, where we are most wellcome.. Just Fences, Gates and the Border Control Customs Building on the US and the Mexicon side. With us where Jürgen and Anita, a German - American Couple that offered to drive the trailer and supply us with Feed and Water for the horses.