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... now laid in their drop zone, surrounded by water cannons releasing thousands of gallons of water in order to keep down the dust - at least on the American side. As for the Juarenses - they got clobbered by the dust cloud and no one provided them with any water cannons or fans to blow it back to their ever friendly neighbors to the north. After the smoke cleared, looking for the stacks on the ground was ...
... been saving my money and had enough to pay for them to help me. We got in a van and drove to the border.
A few miles before the gates, they had me get out of the car and hide under a seat, in a trunk. It was so hot and small, I could barely breath. All around me was just dessert and sand, I was sweating so much. When we pulled up to the gates, everything was going well until they asked ...
... relaxed time with Gita. Knowing that once we get on the plane to LA on wednedsay morning, that's the real start.
I have to pause for a moment to apologize for some of the photos you'll be looking at. I'm a sh*t photographer. I thought it would be cool to take pictures in every airport I'm in - all told I will pass through nine airports (five of them in the US, granted) during this trip. Interesting to see the architecture, the signs, the crowds. Perhaps that will prove true ...
And rocky they are. Wow - I have a new respect for our beloved Franklin Mountains. We like to refer to this as the beginning of the Rocky Mountain range. This had to be the most difficult 9 mile hike that I have ever done...I think that the Dane and I were able to hike to the top of Kilimanjaro at a quicker pace. It took us around 7.5 hours to hike 9.3 miles of ...
... of compromising as well as give and take we stayed in New Orleans with our friends like we had planned. The group we are going to Mexico with delayed their departure by a few days to enable us to drive the 1300 miles back to Arizona.
We left Bayou Segnette State Park early on Saturday morning and drove 630 miles that day. After a good nights sleep in a rest stop outside of Kerrville, Texas we drove another ...
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