Days Inn El Paso West
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Saturday 27th - we managed to sleep overnight on the bus (apart from being woken at 3am in Phoenix for a rest stop) so it was slightly less painful than we thought it would be. We were lucky enough that our air bnb hosts picked us up from the bus station when we got in around 11am and they took us to the local arts and farmers market. A croissant and fresh pressed juice picked us up a lot! We headed back to their place to have a much needed shower ...
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... the boys had an absolute blast being outside, having a camp fire, and just stomping around. It really was just a magical night. The weather was perfect, we found a magical spot out in the desert that's got some nice rock features that are quite unique around here, and sat and looked at the stars and fell asleep after jumping around in the tent for a bit. We will definitely be heading back...hopefully soon.
... relaxed time with Gita. Knowing that once we get on the plane to LA on wednedsay morning, that's the real start.
I have to pause for a moment to apologize for some of the photos you'll be looking at. I'm a sh*t photographer. I thought it would be cool to take pictures in every airport I'm in - all told I will pass through nine airports (five of them in the US, granted) during this trip. Interesting to see the architecture, the signs, the crowds. Perhaps that will prove true ...
Wait a minute, let me rephrase that. I think I'm a witty guy. My kids would disagree. I guess that's why, when I rolled into Texas today, I swore I could hear my youngest, Ryan. He said, "Hey, Mom, Dad's in Texas. I can't wait to hear what stupid Texas joke he comes up with." Well, sorry Ryan. I don't need to do that. Why? Because I'm bigger than that.
103 miles today, entered my ...