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... of water-tight container, such as a plastic tub or even plastic sheeting lining your reservoir hole if building underground. If building above ground, think about making the reservoir part of the design, such as half a wine barrel, as long as it will hold water. A Water pump. Pumps can be acquired from most home improvement or landscape supply stores. You will need a pump with enough electric power (measured in gallons per second) to push the water up to ...
... gas station, no phone service, no civilization and close to no cars driving this way for 300 miles 500km. Lets see what happens today... Of course it had to happen to us. We got a flat tire just before we wanted to take of to the trip through nothing. Luckily we realized it early because we would have been stuck 50 miles down the road. We went to the last tire shop and got a new used tire on our car. After that we where ...
... drove to a scary area, and shoved me at another man and the man gave him money. Then a kind woman took me from the other man and gave the scary man money. She took me back to her house and fed me. She housed lots of immigrants. I finally felt safe. This is were I am right now.
... for a hat in a certain size to try on and a couple minutes later it popped out of a window high up on the wall and down a slide to where we were standing. I wish we had remembered to take a picture!
Overall, El Paso was very eclectic and had its own unique community and culture. A big part of that seemed to be UTEP, University of Texas at El Paso. The buildings from afar look like some kind ...
While in El Paso, we visited the National Border Patrol museum - a non-profit, unsponsored museum. Until you visit this museum it is difficult to really comprehend what our country is up against and has been battling for years; literally since May 1924! It is amazing what these brave men and women handle and face every day on our behalf. They are ...