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Well we arrived on Sunday the 22nd. We reintroduced the dogs (Barbie's two and our three) and all went well. Huckleberry and Tyr had a little tiff later that evening but everything settled down since. We spent yesterday cleaning and making repairs. We can't figure the simple plate that secures the screen door to exterior door. David ...
... cooking I had to admit that I too could smell gas. The gas detector wasn't going off so I knew it wasn't inside the van. I decided to do a walk around and investigate. When I got near the on/off valve I could hear gas hissing out of a leak somewhere beneath the van.....great. I turned off the gas and it slowly came to a stop.
I filled a zip-loc baggie with soapy water, got a flashlight and crawled underneath ...
... br> The water company came around last week and said one of the wells was contaminated with e-coli and we needed to boil all water we used. That meant no showers, no laundry and no moping. Today I was given to go ahead and bleed the lines and use the water.
The joys of homeownership
The apartment is coming along nicely
I will let you know when I start my trip next ...
... person that I met and spoke with and will treasure my memories forever. While my blog may have been a bit over detailed or long for some, for me, it was my way to record my experience that I will always have to revisit. I have so much appreciated everyone in my family and all of my friends who have encouraged me and supported me. Thank you so much.
For now, back to real life. Ciao, au revoir and adios from Nogales, AZ.
... serious Cowboy territory but in recent history it is a military town so close to the Mexican boarder you can experience the good and bad of this influence. People respect and support the soldiers. However there are palpable social issues with the Mexicans due to illegal immigration, drug cartels and violence that ignite a degree of community fear. Few people now feel safe to cross the border into Mexico any more and visit.