Sunset Heights Bed & Breakfast Inn
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... your outdoor furniture has its own design: A few wide selection of components to choose from including cast lightweight aluminum, wicker, teak and rattan. Look at the directions (yes men : glance at the directions) and check to see what tools you are likely to need to assemble the particular furniture. Now, look at your tool box and make sure you have the tools you will need. Before you actually get outside furniture, create a ...
... the boys had an absolute blast being outside, having a camp fire, and just stomping around. It really was just a magical night. The weather was perfect, we found a magical spot out in the desert that's got some nice rock features that are quite unique around here, and sat and looked at the stars and fell asleep after jumping around in the tent for a bit. We will definitely be heading back...hopefully soon.
... had this whole trip! We had a good rest that night and got up the next morning headed to El Paso. We saw mountains for the first time since Wyoming! I mean real mountains! We were on a steady climb up and checking the GPS we were at over 4000 ft. and still mountains in the distance. Also probably Mexico in the distance as Interstate 10 basically borders Mexico the west you go. Anyway it was a ...
... kind of a shithole.
We got to the Cantina, sat down and ordered some drinks. Nicole and I got a blue drink and a red drink which both seemed to be of the maragareta family. Kristin got a pina colada which looked more like a strawberry sundae. The sarge got a beer (good driver!) and Donelle got this maragareta monstrosity that came with two cononas upended into it and ...
... from coach but we both got a good laugh out of it. I looked around for the camera crew from Betty White's new show "Off Their Rockers".
Not much else happened today. We saw lots of sand, lots of hick towns with literal one room school houses. For some reason we saw lots of random travel trailers sitting out on the high desert, no one and nothing around them. Makes me wonder what the hell is going on out here.