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Yesterday we just hung around the camp, read, ate, napped, slept and such. It got hot, but we never did go over to the super-pool. Lots of folks did, including tons of scubers...
This morning, Sunday, we got and earlier than usual start, since the ol' weather guy/gal forecast high winds. I was a bit nervouser than usual, for some reason, since I'm a guy of faith and let the "Big Guy" take care of such things.
We dumped the ...
... Sunset Limited Service which travels between Los Angeles and New Orleans with stops in between. I would be travelling from Tucson to San Antonio.
We departed on time at 8.15am and the aisle seat next to me was free (for now). Sadly, the seats across from me weren't and instead were inhabited by Rosanne Barr and her husband, or at least someone that sounded equally annoying. The classic fat and skinny combination. She was a loud ...
When I woke up this morning to fix my grandma breakfast, I shook her but she wouldn't wake up. I kept shaking and yelling at her but nothing would happen. I lost her while she was sleeping. She's in a better place now.
I had no other reason to stay in Juarez, so I packed a bag and left for Los Angeles to find my mom. I walked to the Americans that came in yesterday and asked for help. ...
... the electrical fittings, and when we got back someone had begun to put back our lumber, real efficient in EL Paso. Got the bags and boys without incident and was able to see the rest of ALCS Game 1 on my phone until my battery died after Vallverde gave up a 4 run lead in the ninth. We got back and I got the girls their bags and turned in. I was able to watch the updates for the rest of the game on my phone as I fell asleep looking forward to ...
Finally - after six months of planning, way too many trips to REI and Target, and a whole weekend spent cleaning the house, organizing stuff, packing, and coping with the usual travel-related anxieties - finally, yesterday, our journey began.
I came to El Paso for a few days to hang out with Gita before we set off for Nepal. It's a nice transitional phase of the trip - I'm already in vacation mode but still able to pick up some last minute items, reorganize my packing situation, ...
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