Motel 6 El Paso-Airport-Fort Bliss
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... soldier, and is allowed to access the Base. He took us onto the base for a quick tour. It is huge, there is building going on all over it. I believe that around 40,000 new troops will be there in the future.
One of the things that impressed Margaret was the neatness of the area where Al lives, all of the houses have stonework fences and they make the area look so good. Another impressive sight is ...
... out from our hideaways and saw each other. We start to walk on different streets trying to pick up a ride. A band eventually picks us up and they drop us off in Tucson, Arizona. Tuscon is very warm and dusty. It is also a pretty big city. We eventually find a job at a restaurant where both of us can ...
... along the Gulf Coast to Brownsville, then along the
Rio Grande through Big Bend and north to the border with New Mexico.
I can't think of a better place to leave Texas than here at Hueco
Tanks. Besides the vast desert and the high mountain chains, Hueco
Tanks is also an oasis for birds! This area is at the heart of any
western movie or novel. The western tip of Texas, bordered by Mexico
to the ...
... Oñate Trail'; it winds through ranches, cotton fields, vineyards/wineries, huge orchards of pecan trees, and small villages. Not to be missed is the Plaza at Mesilla. The square (in fact the whole town) is made up of an interesting collection of colonial and territorial style buildings. Many of which are now restaurants and retail boutiques. Definitely worth a wonder through. Well, now it was time for me to climb on to the Interstate Highway and move a little bit ...
The day started out fairly normally, We went to the desert about he usual time but
the agenda was very relaxed. We spent
almost all morning cleaning up the tools and tool areas in the Bodaga (garage)
and getting them ready for the next group.
Louis and I worked upstairs sorting through boxes of electrical items
that had just been all thrown together.
Louis doesn't speak any ...