Jornada in a sentence

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This is the last inhabited spot in New Mexico, as you approach the terrible desert, the Jornada del Muerte.
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No guide could be hired on any terms, so great was their dread of the Jornada and its occasional denizens, the Apaches.
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The people dreaded an attack, and thought me mad, when I made known my intention of crossing the Jornada.
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Without the prospect of meeting the Apache savages, I was but ill prepared for the Jornada.
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We must try this Jornada without one.
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I believed myself to be about the middle of the Jornada.
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Now I remember: the Jornada!
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Sick at heart, and conscious of danger in New Mexico, I left the province, and crossed the Jornada to El Paso.
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We were crossing the western section of the Jornada.
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We had not ridden far until we saw that a fearful Jornada was before us-one of those dreaded stretches without grass, wood, or water.
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I will not detail the events that occurred to us in the passage of that terrible jornada.
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It is to be hoped that the fear of meeting with us will prevent them from coming into the Jornada north of the town.
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Examples of Jornada

Example #1
Gode had never made the journey, and at Parida I had obtained one thing that we stood in need of, a guide.
Example #2
It was my intention to have remained there all night, but it proved a ruffian sort of place, with meagre chances of comfort, and I moved on to Socorro.
Example #3
He was a coarse, shaggy-looking customer, and I did not at all like his appearance; but I found, on reaching Socorro, that what I had heard was correct.
Example #4
He had volunteered; and as I learnt that it would be no easy task to procure one at Socorro, I was fain to take him along.
Example #5
I began to fear they would frighten my guide from his engagement, but the fellow stood out staunchly, still expressing his willingness to accompany us.
Example #6
The village was full of consternation at the news.