Motel 6 El Paso-Airport-Fort Bliss
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... girl in town. At the border there was a heavy pedestrian traffic towards Juárez. I do not know if that is happening each evening or only on Fridays when people go back for the weekend.
Due to rain and limited options, I have decided for a quick dinner at a burger place where I had Dr. Pepper, the only soda I actually like. It cheered me up. Soul drink so to speak.
Liviu and Anne, how was the b'day party yesterday? And Simone Z, happy birthday today!
... Mary actually got a little nervous as we also had no cell service for a stretch. Also, I never realized how high parts of Texas are. We topped at at over 4,600 ft above sea level. It was more mountainous than I imagined. All and all a very nice ride and since the speed limit was 80 MPH and there was very little traffic, we made great time. As an aside, even though the limit was 80, we saw a 2 car convoy from New Jersey pulled over by the Texas HP not ...
... miles. The terrain was varied from easy trail to rough rocky areas. Near the end, we found the "Chain Trail", which had a chain railing to help you scale the slopes. By then, neither of us were in the mood to try it. I wish that we had found it earlier. Maybe we'll be back sometime and give it a try.
The Tanks, as they are called, are low-lying areas that hold the water from a heavy rain. They have been ...
... is broken. El Paso is so hot! The border patrol asked Martha and David to get out of the car so they could search it. My heart started racing. Lucky, we didn't get caught. We started driving away and they police told Martha and David to stop because they have unpaid tickets. The car was towed to a DMV in El Paso. The lot was dusty with few grass because it hasn't rained in a while. I got out of the car and ran as fast as i could away from the lot.
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 ...