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... Sharp blotches of color against the limestone cliffs and green trees of the little valley. All of a sudden we were in wonderland. The red, orange and yellow trees threw irregular patterns of color up against the cliffs. Individual trees glowed intensely in a single hue. I followed the trail into a maple forest that had visitors speaking in whispers it was so awe inspiring. I knew maple trees from the western Virginia Fall display, but ...
... less commercial or flogged of the two. The views are supposed to be more spectacular from the south but the crowds are reported to be typical American icon numbers. We therefore restricted our Canyon capers to the North Rim.
We found a secluded campsite just outside the Park and spent two more nights by ourselves. In fact, most night for several weeks have been at no reward to the US government. We are spending less $’s to live than we would back in OZ at the moment. ...
... ARE TWO HIGH MOUNTAIN RANGES GOING DOWN MEXICO'S EAST AND WEST COASTS - THE SIERRA MADRES EAST AND THE SIERRA MADRES WEST - BETWEEN THE TWO MOUNTAIN RANGES IS A HIGH PLATEAU - WHICH IS WHERE MOST OF THE CITIES OF MEXICO ARE. BECAUSE OF THE HIGHT OF THE PLATEAU, THE TEMPERATURE IS QUITE TEMPERATE IN THIS AREA. ALL OF THE TOURIST, RESORT AREAS ARE ON THE PACIFIC COAST OR THE CARIBBEAN COAST WHERE IT CAN ...
... return for a court date for a formal deportation hearing, which meant they were free to go, and rarely did they show up for ourt dates. The loophole was dubbed "catch and release," and it frustrated many border patrol agents.
"There was a five-mile area specifically where these OTM's, 'other than Mexicans,' were flooding in," Commissioner for Customs and Border Patrol David Aguilar said. "Their perception was that they could be apprehended by the U.S. border patrol, and ...
... is a joy.
Ysidro and Marta, the lay couple who lead this group, were very busy during our Sunday visit, so we were grateful we had dinner and conversation with them at Hector and Myrta's earlier that day. Such dedication and commitment!
We stopped for some grocery shopping at the huge "Bodega" store in Piedras Negras before crossing ...