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Hello again everyone the past two days were quite interesting. We didn't go to Texas like I thought I was but it was still great. Before we arrived at our hotel in Phoenix, Arizona we had to drive through the Arizona desert. We took a break and went to look at nature. My dad actually found a baby desert tortoise. Today on our drive we saw many dirt …
... Maricopa and Tucson then New Mexico with stops at Lordsburg and Deming. At 1500 the US-Mexico border fence came into view and we were asked not to take photographs of the numerous armed border police vehicles tucked into various nooks and crannies of the hills next to the track. The Rio Grande river was crossed at 1515 and we pulled into El Paso, Texas. We were not to leave this huge state until1530 the following day!
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To put it simply, my vision for life is to love God and love people in the nations of the earth. Since I began university in 2002, the Lord has revealed more of Himself to me through reading the Bible and spending time with Him. As I learn more about the Lord and His desires, I yearn to become like Him. I am going to sum up 4 main themes the Lord has shown me over the past decade. First, the Lord showed me how He loves the least, poor, rejected, and exploited throughout the ...
Midday temperature: 24C
Today was a travelling day. We left Benson and travelled out of Arizona, through New Mexico, and into Texas. New Mexico was more than 300km of desert, a few mountains here and there, a few small towns, and some pecan and walnut groves. Not much else until we reached Las Cruces and saw acres of stock pens ...
... way through. Duke of course spent the time in the van. About an hour further down the road we stopped at Guadalupe Mountains NP and took a small hike to the old Butterfield stage trail with Duke. The Guadalupe Mountains are one of the three exposed reefs from the once inland sea that covered Texas and New Mexico. One of the canyons in the park is said to be the most beautiful spot in Texas. We didn't hike ...
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