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Travel Blogs from Brownsville
... usher people in and out of Mexico, go figure.
Then they man it with about 5 people a shift, about 16 hours a day, man talk
about more money than brains, no wonder the country is so fkd up. Anyways there
is nothing there and there is nothing to see excepting this hand drawn ferry
bringing 3 cars at a time from sandy muddy bank in Mexico, to sandy muddy bank
in the US of A.
From there we ventured down to Rio Grande City, which is ...
Today was a really lovely day and a much needed lovely day.
We woke up early enough to have some coffee before heading to the laundromat. Emilie came over early to warm up; her heater kept blowing the fuse in her room so she didn't have heat all night. As the three of us were getting ready to take off to do laundry, Fridman knocked on the window to see if he could bring his laundry along. The man rarely has a free moment on the lot (he's a performer ...
... br> 4:00 PM
You don’t need to do
that because most of the contestants are handing out samples of their best as
you walk around the grounds. It is damn awesum.
Again, as last year, after we walk around we settle at the
site of The Worms Cooking Team, check them out on Facebook. Wormy’s is the
place to be. A rockin DJ, all the booze you can drink, from beer to ...
... will be much better. Let’s just hope the audience feels the same way!
The two shows tonight were so much fun. It almost felt like the universe knew we needed good, responsive crowds and a tent full of laughter and cheering. I think I can speak for everyone when I say that we all felt a little bit like rock stars tonight. Primera represented well and proved that it’s a straight up circus town. I hope we do more than one day here next year!
And here’s ...
... what the term for people who didn’t grow up in the circus is. She said it was "gadjes" (non-gypsy). There are plenty of us on the show, I think, but the nice thing is that whether you’re a First of May or 12th generation, we’re all working together toward the same goal. I love listening to the stories from people who have ...