Desert Sol Bed & Breakfast
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... from Mexico, many hanging in cellophane packets. I ended up buying some chocolate disks for cocoa and salted prunes to try out. The woman at the counter realized that I was interested in some of the local treats, and practically insisted that I buy a 50 cent sugared guava roll-up at the register. She even switched the one I took off the display for one behind her that she said was fresher. Sweet describes her, and also the treat, which we don’t have to repeat, but was fun to ...
... works and I have gotten some good shots.
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We learn something new each time we visit. One day, Sraddha spotted a Tarantula Hawk Wasp on a flower. A docent told us that it hunts Tarantulas as food for its larvae. The sting of the female is considered the second most painful anywhere.
This insect is a little ...
... country then rock. Definitely tipping on that softer side of rock. Despite never hearing her music before, I really enjoyed the show. The crowds love for her helped, the atmosphere was great. After the show we headed to a bar around the corner that was offering 50c beers with your show stub. We did a round there with a couple of Swede's mates. They talked while I read the article he had written on Neko's new album. It was a good article. We headed in after the beer and it was sleep ...
... used by the US Marines as their fighter of choice but a few of the oldest models are kept here for parts. Semper Fi...
Cos we were so late in arriving at the museum on the Monday, we only did the boneyard - we had to come back the next day and see the museum proper. here, they store some really historic aircraft. They have a working model of the Wright flyer - the one that Orville and Wilbur wright flew at Kitty Hawke in 1903, and numerous ...
Eventually I approached more mountains and got off the highway. I stopped and snapped a few pics of the setting sun. My GPS guided me to my parents house. I got ther around 7 PM.
It was great to see mom and dad and we shared a nice meal. My neck was sore from a day of battling wind for 430 miles.