Travel Blogs from El Paso
... checked it out. It either sticks on the passenger's side or the catch on the driver's side released at random. I didn't have much luck with the treatment I applied. I figure that I'm a prime candidate for suing myself for malpractice.
We found the campground in spite of the CoPilot navigation App. It's not easy to get into the sites, however. After paying the fee, you have to attend a video explaining this sacred place and what you ...
... service. At least I didn't have to listen to her for an hour.
About 3.30pm we rolled into El Paso for a 30 minute service stop which is a city right on the Texas/Mexico border. As you approach El Paso, you can see straight across the fence to the slums on the Mexican side of the border - very third world and hard to believe the contrast between the US side of the border and the Mexican side - see photos of the Mexican side.
I walk all night from the boarder to a bus station. I tried to get a ticket for the bus but the stupid lady said i needed an adult. As i walked away I saw some police officers and darted into the bathroom to avoid being caught. That's when I saw a man washing himself, he asked me what was going on and I told him. He said he would help me for money, when he did ...
... we spent together in 1995 and 1996 and 1997, etc. Hilarity, some zippy banter, a few deep conversations, a deluge of irreverence. Her house is so familiar - most of the actual possessions I haven't see before, but the colors, her way of organizing things, all exactly like the apartment we shared in Madison.
We spent the day with Gita's friends, chilling in the neighbor's yard.
Gita and I both commented today that even though we haven't even started our trip, it feels ...
... oil, and I do not believe one bushing in it. It was evident that it was going slow so we took up picks and shovels and began to peel away at the ground. I remember thinking at the time how tired I was but later I began to appreciate the signifigance of Adams curse as we toiled st the ground. With a pick and shovel it came inch by inch. There we labored though as brothers for the greater Kingdom. In the end we were spent and ready to end the day. Everyone will sleep good ...
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