Hyatt Place El Paso Airport
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... I was quick about it and then on my way.
Oh, and snakes. Watch out for snakes. Apparently they are everywhere. I would have enjoyed my short but vigorous hike a lot more if I weren't playing the world's shittiest game of Where's Waldo trying not to get bit by a rattler. I carried a rock with me to bash it with if I saw one; I'm not sure if that's what one does when confronted by a snake, but that was the plan.
... not been kept up, kind of dingy and dirty. Of course being a border town there were a "lot" of Mexicans all over shopping for the Black Friday/Saturday/Sunday deals in the good ole US of A.
Tomorrow we are off to Tucson where we will spend the night then Monday we should arrive at Destiny Phoenix which will be our home for the winter, hopefully our furnace will be fixed by then.
Till next time, ...
... on the mountains next a lone pine tree in the Franklins. We all rode up bikes up...well a few got a ride from Robert Newman, and then did a short ride afterwards followed by some good grub at Five Points Bistro and some cold beers. All in all...a fabulous day.
Congrats Ada and ...
I wake up and go to work with the other men, while we are working border patrol comes and raids the plant. we scatter and i hide in the stacks of tomatoes and wait. when all of the police are gone i come out of hiding and i see an other immigrant who wasn't caught. he reluctantly lets me travel with him. we caught a ride with a band and get to Arizona. there we get work to raise money for a bus ticket. ...
... by settlers in Texas. Since it was a Sunday, there were lots of people. I went inside the Our Lady of Mt. Caramel and I was the only one who spoke English there. It was a very spanish/mexican atmosphere. I came back to the El Paso historic downtown and took some pictures. Its a mix of old and new buildings and remains quite busy at all times. In the words of locals, there isn't much to do or see in El Paso except Eat, Drink, Shop and party.