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... long story summed up, we tried to walk around for about an hour until Google Maps directed us to walk along a four lane highway. Stuff that, so we got a cab. I suppose the last two paragraphs have just been a little whinge and sook about Los Angeles – I’ll try to get a bit cheerier. All I’m saying, is that most American cities are simply not built for anybody who doesn’t have a car.
... 10 in Oklahoma. All destinations have live worship and satellite preaching, except for the home church (which is the one we attended). All churches have a lead pastor, the service starts with a satellite message from Craig Groschel spelling out the cores values of the church, with the mission statement being "we will do anything to win people to Christ except sin". This is followed by four worship songs, professional with dynamic leads and ...
... and Beluga Whale show which was EPIC! Then, a couple hours later, right before closing time, we all went to the Orca (Killer Whale) show, which is a MUST if you're ever in San Antonio, Texas! I was VERY IMPRESSED by the amazing tricks the killer whales would do in response to a SIMPLE arm motion by the trainers!!! Even sitting OUTSIDE the "SOAK ZONE" I still got wet, sitting in the third from back row of bleachers. After the orca show, ...
... there and immediately liked the room, with a massive Route 66 sign painted over the bed. It was an immediate hit. Out of curiosity we walked to the opposite row of chalets and looked into the windows of the Days Inn, nah not a patch on what we had just seen. Going back and happily booking in, we were finally able to settle down and unpack our essentials for the night, Signal was poor, having problems with their wifi. Having had our first beer of the long day, We ...
... pine cones need the heat to more fully germinate and grow into big pine trees. However, man thinks that fire is bad and when out of control, it certainly does a lot of damage!
On the drive from Taos, we saw some houses and double wides in the middle of nowhere wondering how these people make a living. No industry near by except to drive miles to the nearest community.
When we left Taos, it was a very brisk 32 degrees, and when we arrived in Texas ...