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Old 26.04.2011, 21:14
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Re: From New Mexico to Luzern

How funny more and more NM lovers coming out!
That green chile had me at hello and do miss it as well.
Did you go to San Antonio to eat some of those famous 'green chile cheese burgers' from Buckhorn tavern or the Owl cafe?
Enjoy your stay in CH and next time you go home bring some big cans of green chile...enough for all of us missing it here.

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I just saw this thread and wanted to reply because I am feeling homesick for NM. I went to high school in Clovis, college in Socorro, and worked in Rio Rancho for a few years before grad school.

I miss green chile and the most culturally unique US state (except for HI, IMO)
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Old 26.04.2011, 21:43
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How funny more and more NM lovers coming out!
That green chile had me at hello and do miss it as well.
Did you go to San Antonio to eat some of those famous 'green chile cheese burgers' from Buckhorn tavern or the Owl cafe?
Enjoy your stay in CH and next time you go home bring some big cans of green chile...enough for all of us missing it here.
Of course, the green chile cheeseburgers at the Owl Cafe are legendary! We would take monthly trips there, and once we even left a dollar bill on the wall despite being poor college students. There's so much I miss about that quirky and beautiful state, but green chile on everything is something really special.

German isn't easy, but you'll get the hang of it after a while. Get a tandem learning partner if you can, that's how I was able to develop functionality with this language. By the way, Luzern is the most gorgeous city in CH, IMO (and a lot of others, too) - enjoy the views while you're there!
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