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... t make it, because it was a Friday afternoon, and most of the administrative staff had gone home for the day. And the Aduana treasury office, where we had to pay for the damaged post, was CLOSED until MONDAY!!
But after lots of pouting, and having Lulu shed some real tears, we got a very nice lady to work things out with us. We were able to pay the fine at the bank, $10,300 pesos (about ...
We had a great stay at the Magnolia RV Park in Donna, Texas the week of the 4th of July with about 20 other summer residents and were able to entertain them for their cookout. It is so ironic that we stayed at a "Magnolia Springs RV Park", in Magnolia Springs, Alabama, and we met a couple who had stayed at this park in Texas. They had given us the name and contact info, in case we wanted to stay. We actually wanted to get closer to the crossing that we ...
... and he is very quick to duck back inside his hole if he senses us nearby, or if we shine any light on his home. He is the coolest thing. When you have never seen something like this before, it is very exciting to see. We hosted the Anglers Nest very FIRST pool party. The only 10 people left in the park, and two grandchildren all met under the clubhouses canopy and shared some KFC food and several deserts. And, the highlight of the event was ...
... 8217;t know if this was an exaggeration or a poor-taste presentation by the U.S. government.
Needless to say, that although we hear about drug related violence in Mexico, we haven’t seen any of these things. In fact, we have walked over to Mexico twice and I have not seen any gunfights, or Mexican drug cartel and police shoot-outs. From where we stay, or even from just about most of this border area, I cannot see the streets of Mexico, let alone having a ...
The Rio Grande Valley really didn't begin its rapid develop until the
introduction of irrigation in 1898 and the building of the railroad in
1904. These major additions turned a once relatively desolate area into a
major agricultural center. Throughout much of the 1900s, McAllen was a
rural, agriculture-based economy characterized by sporadic growth.
Today, the area is being ...