La Quinta Inn & Suites El Paso Bartlett
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Oh how I see, the Asarco smokestacks...oh how the stacks came tumbling down...
Woke up at 4 a.m. to make the trek up to the top of the mountain behind UTEP. We had an amazing view, looking straight at the Asarco smokestacks. Per google earth, we were half a mile from them. Mom, Dad, and I got up to our spot by 5:45 and had an hour to spare and get things ready. It was quite the festive atmosphere. Flash ...
... him kick her out after a month as his gay lover was moving back in. I bet their Christmas dinner would be a hoot !
Around 7pm, fatty pipes up again and starts having a crack at skinny about him constantly moaning about there being no signal for their internet. They have this full blown argument at the top of their already loud voices. I didn't think she could possibly top that performance until 10pm rolled around and she ...
... person who had managed to escape and his name was Enrique. After walking a while I realized he didn't really like me and wanted to travel alone but I didn't let that get to me. While we were walking a popular band was traveling in a bus from show to show and offered to give us a ride. ...
... will be over so soon. Like it's almost over already. I haven't been away from day-to-day responsibilities, work, Mo, teaching yoga for this long in how long? I can't think of a time I've ever had this much time off, or this much time with Gita. I want to fight the feeling of time slipping away and try to enjoy every minute of it. Even the parts where the travel is arduous or boring or tedious or annoying.
Tomorrow I will post photos of UTEP, Gita's neighborhood, and El Paso. Enjoy.
... filled a long awaited excursion, but a chance to process the experiences of the last two months. Not only are the hours of driving well suited for thinking and music, but the ever changing backdrop of Interstate-10 provides a canvas to organize the details from an array of people I've met and places I've visited. It reminds me to be ever mindful of the moment and to remember the unique presence of mind to live each day.