Hampton Inn El Paso-Airport
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... of will do a loop on the map now. After 8 days the tour will end in L.A. again, but I requested to be dropped off in Phoenix already.
Phoenix is a place I really wish to see in more detail and where I hope to finally get on a horse as well (plan C). The ranches in Tucson (that was plan B) look really great, but they are even more expensive than in Texas (plan A). From Phoenix, I will fly to San Diego and from there to Hawaii.
So the new prospects ...
... elements will depend entirely on your design, such as river stones or a sculpted fountainhead. If your fountainhead of choice does not already have a hole, you may need to drill one. Assemble your fountain parts. If building below ground, dig a hole that will fit the water reservoir snugly. Be sure to leave 2 inches (5 cm) of drainage gravel beneath the reservoir. If you wish to hide the power cord, you will need to dig a separate trench out from the ...
... but we needed to go left. Because no car was there only one car was far behind me I took a left turn. Of course the car behind me was the police. Not only I have to pay a fine now the also wanted to see Mactar and Rens's I'd which was hard because Mactar lost his wallet with ID and drivers license in San Antonio. But we got his passport out of the back. We went to a Denny's for dinner and got a good night rest in the ...
The day started out pretty normal, stiff and tired and trying to learn Spanish for "I'm Old" :) We ate rattlesnake for breakfast along with french toast, well some of us did anyway. It was a pretty small snake so it didnt really go that far. then off to work. So much to do and so little time Friday always seems to fly by. I helped Dani and Delaney spread some thinset for their threshold designs. I am ...
Lynnie took a few photos on our way back, while I drove. I'll add them so you can get some sense of the area around El Paso. We relied on the Droid Navigation to come back. It must have been programmed by a "fine individual" also, since we ended up in a small park in Las Cruces on the first try and at a Motel on the second one. I finally used the Camp and RV application to direct us home. The water is still frozen as ...