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... of sitting in business class! After disembarking, we made our way to immigration, where it was just a quick touch of a machine to process us US citizens. Unfortunately, my Customs document printed out with a giant X on it, so I was directed to see an actual customs officer while my mom went to pick up our baggage. The line seemed to take forever, and when I was finally called, I seemed to have the slowest customs officer. I guess the saying that everything is slower down ...
... have come through in the past. However, because we didn’t have the name recognition, it took a while for the surrounding areas to realize we were here.
Thankfully, there is a mall, some restaurants, and some hotels within walking distance of the lot so everyone made good use of them. The folks who have been living in trucks for the season treated themselves to a hotel room and since we were in a predominantly Hispanic area, our Mexican crew and ...
Lubbock to Fort Worth. Typical West Texas. Not much to look at, but a BIG surprise. We expected windmills in California, but west Texas?? There were at least 30 miles of them north of Sweetwater, TX. We thought we saw a bunch near Palm Springs, but this was just incredible. As far as you could see, cotton fields, and ...