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Today we left Santa Fe, New Mexico. We had two choices to get back Casa Grande. One choice was to head west and see the Petrified National Forest, the second choice was to drive south to El Paso, Texas and head south west towards Casa Grande. To decide we flipped a coin. The result was ended up in El Paso, Texas.
The town El Paso isn't …
And it is almost here. Lots of saving, working, planning and finally the payoff is here! In a bit more than 24 hours we will all meet at El Paso International Airport for the first leg of our journey. Please be sure that you are at the airport at 4 am, yes, AM! We can sleep on the planes. Please make sure that you have your passports ready to go, a bit of pocket cash and a copy of the final itinerary with your passport. Have you made arrangements with your debit/credit ...
... which overlooks the part of El Paso where he lives.
We are currently heading east on Interstate Highway 10. The speed limit for most of the way is 80mph. I travel around the 55-60mph pace so there are many cars and huge trucks that are passing me bye. Petrol prices are ranging from $2.30 to $2.90 per gallon which works out to be between 60 to 70 cents per litre. No complaints from this end.
... the mountains of New Mexico to the north and Apaches
everywhere! Carmac Mc'Carthy's book “Blood Meridian” tells one
story of the Indian Wars in this area.
Today we watched as thunderstorms
passed to the east of us bringing rain to the mountains of New
Mexico but not a drop here. In fact no significant rain here for
three years! Next week we will be moving through New ...
Canyon has been experimenting with different foods lately. It has been fun to see him take an interest in things other than boobies, and definitely fun to see him make a complete colorful mess of himself. Greens, bright orange, and banana yellow cover his face...and ...