Courtyard By Marriott El Paso Airport
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... noon. Yikes!
I spent the first part of the drive hanging out with Jesus and praying for family and friends. Then I got a text message that my paternal grandmother passed away. While I wasn't all that close to her, it still tugged at strings deep within me.
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... tons of water, but we still haven't gotten ourselves motivated enough to actually try it...I think this summer will be the time though.
So - this weekend, we resorted to a bike camping trip with the boys. We currently have 2 bike trailers - 1 is about to go up for sale - and a dog that helped us haul all our stuff a few miles up the mountain and away from civilization for a bit. It was a hoot and ...
We left San Antonio on Thursday heading to El Paso Texas which is on the most western side of Texas. We planned on taking two days to get there. We traveled about 300 miles or so for our first night stay in Fort Stockton. Not much there but we found a decent camp ground which had a cute little restaurant attached. We had a good BBQ rib dinner for 8.95 which included dessert! Best meal for the money ...
The drive from Austin to El Paso like- a lot of our routes was a little longer than anticipated. We came down from Austin to route 10 via 281 which was a two lane road with a 70 mile an hor speed limit There was some interesting things that we didn't have time to stop for:
Texas Wine Country: Who knew texas did wine? We really wanted to stop and taste some but it was 10:30 ...