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Travel Blogs from Laredo
... the carpet andthe spare parts box that was now mush
Got it all set up (well at least i thought i had as i discovered not quite right during th drive so will tweak tomorrow)
A quick dip in the pool first andoff we went for austin!
... Put.......... Put.............. So off nitesh went for some gas.He Was back in 30 minutes with 20 liters of Mexico finest in a big plastic jug labeled jabon... Soap... Well when in roam :)
So, after the rain storm that found the leaks in the windshield and the dust storm that lightly breaded us, we made the border. An hour in a half in the beetle oven and we were over! Needless to say the pool felt pretty good!
... that I was scared to go in the water. Then my sister and I started messing around and I wasn't paying attention so I stepped on a jellyfish. It didn't hurt because I think I just stepped on the top. Soon we set up the tent and now were getting ready to go to sleep. Good Night. ...
... note, over the same time frame the border patrol posted these numbers for the Laredo crossing;
pot= 6000 lbs
cocaine= 76 lbs
heroin= 71 lbs
meth= 19 lbs
I guess that covers Holy Week activities along the border.
The grackles are setting-up housekeeping, dancing and gathering straw for their nest.
As usual, we stumbled onto our new
favorite restaurant in one of the most unusual places, at a Stripes
Service Station! While I was tanking-up the Taj-Ma-Ford Teena
went in to get a fountain drink, took one look around, came back and
told me to find a parking place for our rig and come in for lunch.
Stripes houses the Taco Factory, a Mexican Deli much in the nature
of a Central American Bus Stop ...