Extended Stay America - El Paso - Airport
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Greetings on late Thursday afternoon from El Paso, Texas.
Well we almost made Las Cruces but El Paso was about 44 miles short and it seemed a much bigger city. We are staying out near the airport right along Highway 10, so we'll get a quick start to Tucson in the morning.
I'm not sure I've ever seen so much wide open spaces as there were between San Antonio and El Paso. There was one stretch of highway where the exits were over 100 miles ...
... which makes me wonder why all of the control over how many folks can sign up. But I'll let that rest for now.
We also saw several birds and got a few shots of them. I had put out a bird feeder and a hummingbird feeder yesterday, in violation of park policy, but not a single bird approached either of them. It seems that the birds must need a permit also... Mebbe.
We hiked about two hours and covered ...
... 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.
... story to tell, but I've got nothing. Adrian, Summer, Roman and Ellery were waiting outside in the heat when I pulled up. After a long drive, it was great to be welcomed by a warm and familiar family.
We did have a delicious dinner prepared by Adrian and Summer (the host's) and it probably was one of the highlights of the day. I did get to finally meet their daughter, who I can assure you will become my ...
... a war at the borders. I've posted some pictures from the museum along with this web link:
Another suggested MUST SEE is the El Paso Saddleblanket store. There are 2 huge shopping buildings that emcompass over an acre with 3 acres of parking. There are blankets, pottery, jewelry, clothing, ...