Hampton Inn El Paso-Airport
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... the lot) and took them back to the house to have morning/afternoon tea and thank the guys for having us. Lunch was at 'whataburger' which was also a recommendation for the best burgers in El Paso. We did like it but was nothing special - just like HJs. The hosts went out to a party so we cooked a $1 pasta packet and combined it with a $1 tin of mixed vegetables and we had a yummy dinner on the couch while making some future travel plans!! Our departure was early so we had ...
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... quite a drive. We went to Carlsbad Caverns National Park which is known for its caverns and its bats. First we took a ride in the elevator down 750 ft. Can you believe I took a mile and a half hike underground! After our hike we headed to the Bat Amphitheater. On our way over there we found a tarantula on the side of the trail. When we ...
... year and he had brought three young men from N.C. that were all born in the Ukraine. We settled in as much as we could and ate some dinner. Then I headed back to the airport with Quinn to pick up one of the other groups our friends from NY state Laney and his grandson Isaiah and get our bags. We had to make a stop off at Home depot first to get some lumber and electrical fittings. We got all our lumber and parked the cart out of the way to ...
... leaving California nearly two years ago. Although I will miss the travel and adventure I engaged on this trip, and will quickly change gears as I start working on Monday, I know the long awaited rest will be soon welcomed. One can only move so far until he has to replant his roots.
Note: Blog title inspired while driving somewhere in the vast middle of Texas by listening to Sara Bareilles and her song "Many the Miles"