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... we stayed at on this trip ranged from quirky (Marfa, TX/Tumble In) to the equivalent of a gated community (Benson, AZ/Butterfield RV resort). All had their high points and none were bad places to stay, by any stretch of the imagination.
The Tumble In was unattended, with an honor system box that you paid site rent to in a vintage trailer office. It had everything we needed, was well taken care of, and near what we needed to ...
... to visit...but that will be a call made on the ground, at that time. And then, we'll head to northern Arizona and pick up Old Route 66 and take it east, essentially making a big loop.
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... bra lying face down in the snow.
14. She's as cute as a bugs ear.
15. Hungrier that a fat *****.
16. Crooked as a dog's hind leg - As in a roadway.
17. I'll be on you like a chicken on a june bug.
One of the other things that is kinda funny here in the south is the way people greet people each as they approach in cars. The sequence of events seems to happen quite quickly ...
... stay at arms length from them. Joe teaches Grade 8 English and he tells me that so many of the kids in his rotation can't even read with much comfort. Realizing again that this comes down to financial issues and just how much the parents are involved in their childs' life, but the kids here think that they'll get by just as their parents have and their parents parents have got by in the past.
Looking at ...
... given that I haven't held a controller in my hand for at least twenty-five years. Both Joe and Joram have this down to the point where it's virtually a third appendage.
Later in the afternoon, we took a walk up on the ridge. I didn't realize just how big 86.5 acres are when you start to walk the property line. We took out the metal detector with us and ended up finding some pretty neat fragments of old pottery, ceramics ...