Extended Stay America - El Paso - Airport
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... of Historic Places. The three beautiful missions are still active centers of worship, and are strung along the former banks of the Rio Grande River:
1) Our Lady of Mt Carmel Mision de Corpus Christi de la Ysleta del Sur was founded in 1682 and was built by the Tigua Indians. It is recognized as the oldest mission in the State of Texas and the second oldest in the United States, in terms of ...
... now laid in their drop zone, surrounded by water cannons releasing thousands of gallons of water in order to keep down the dust - at least on the American side. As for the Juarenses - they got clobbered by the dust cloud and no one provided them with any water cannons or fans to blow it back to their ever friendly neighbors to the north. After the smoke cleared, looking for the stacks on the ground was ...
This morning I got up bright and early and snuck out of the car. I walked to the bus station and tried to buy and ticket to go to Tuson where my Mama lived but the lady wouldnt sell me the ticket because I wasnt old enough. I saw the cops and I got scared so I ran into the bathroom. This is when I met another young boy who looked like he was cleaning himself and asked him if he would buy me a bus ticket. He said that he would and then I relaized that I had lost my money ...
... from coach but we both got a good laugh out of it. I looked around for the camera crew from Betty White's new show "Off Their Rockers".
Not much else happened today. We saw lots of sand, lots of hick towns with literal one room school houses. For some reason we saw lots of random travel trailers sitting out on the high desert, no one and nothing around them. Makes me wonder what the hell is going on out here.
... always wanted to do, but for one reason or another found an excuse not to. Thanks to Sean taking up the initiative, we finally nailed down a date and off we were at 5:40 a.m. on Memorial Day. We got to hike across the sky of El Paso, looking down at the city that we call home. It was an interesting perspective...and probably one that I won't have again for some ...