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Travel Blogs from Rio Grande City
... girls went shopping and I dinked
around putting new wipers on the motorhome and getting up on the roof and
trying to find out what is wrong with my Jack antennae and or my digital to
analogue converter. This in particular is driving me nuts, and I cannot figure
it out. What is the wrong component? Which one should I be replacing? Going to
try Wal-Mart for a new converter, as I know I can take it back. Not knowing when
the girls were coming back I ...
... figure it out I am rejected again. Then having
screwed up, there I go blaming myself again, I am told I have been ejected and
I have to call in. There begins a humbling experience for an old man.
All right, who comes up with these questions, some 20 year
old something that graduated with a Bugger All, and spends his or her days
punching keys on her cel phone and relating all of her sexual experiences on Facebook?
Common, what was your mother’s ...
... laundromat ever: clean, plenty of working machines, helpful attendant, working change machine, clean & stocked bathroom, and right down the road from a post office and an HEB. The only thing against it was they didn’t have wi-fi, but I could live with that. ;) Since I do Jeremiah’s laundry to make a little extra money per week, I didn’t feel too badly about asking him to save us some lunch since ...
... advertising $2 breakfast tacos, Walmart and a library ALL within walking distance. It’s a miracle. After we parked, Emilie, John, Jeremiah and I walked over to the restaurant for breakfast. I had scrambled eggs, chorizo and refried beans and it was delicious.
Our lot is primarily dirt and sand so the dust being kicked up by all of us is obnoxious. It rained ever so slightly after we got here and I was crossing my fingers ...
... and/or walls that
surround the houses, the colors. Yes, it looks like Mexico only with
newer trucks and new cars and new bicycles and satellite dishes and
roads that are more road than pothole. These are just a few of the
basics that differ from the real Mexico. A closer look would reveal
more similarities that are a little less pleasant.
Heading into the Upper RGV, towns are few and far between (30 to 50 ...