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... flavorful. All in all a great meal. Great value, too! We would go back in a heartbeat!
And, just down the street was Tex Wasabi's, a Guy Fieri restaurant, the guy who does Diners, Driveins, and Dives on the Food Network. Of course, wanted to go in for a drink. With its name, should have guessed that it was BBQ and sushi! Interesting menu! Just had beers and not all of it either. We were way too full from dinner! Oh yeah, Gray's manager and ...
... a shower, you take another shower.
Don't get me wrong. I wash when I camp. I have two roll up sinks, I heat water, I have soap. I have microfiber quick dry towels. I have baby wipes. I even take showers in campgrounds when they are decent. But, camping is a sooty, dirty, gritty life. Particularly when you make campfires from sappy pine wood.
I know campfires. Once when I was about 15, my scout ...
... I just dont like Mexico, no offense, I have good reason.
I not going to narrate my whole trip schedule I will do it on a daily basis when I get there, because frankly we dont have an itenerary. I dont believe in reservations or package tours of any kind. Though if I ever want to completely travel like a ^%&*&^$ ummm I wont get into that.....anyways, I go with the flow when I travel. That doesnt mean I dont plan though. I become an expert ...
... Noooo. Instead we would shell out the extra $15 per night to stay on the beach and get the full experience. Because of this way of thinking we returned home a little in the hole but with far fewer regrets.
Not so much down time
We quickly realized that we had taken on one helluva task trying to make it across the country and back in ...
... return from a vacation. We are just moving our home….back home, I guess you could say. Kind of weird actually. It’s not like we get to pull up to our house and start unpacking. Go inside and flip on the big screen TV, check our messages on the answering machine, inspect the garden and/or fruit trees, grab a beer out of a full size fridge or take a (real) shower in a full size bathroom. How about doing a load of laundry in your own washer ...