Holiday Inn El Paso-Airport I-10
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... which overlooks the part of El Paso where he lives.
We are currently heading east on Interstate Highway 10. The speed limit for most of the way is 80mph. I travel around the 55-60mph pace so there are many cars and huge trucks that are passing me bye. Petrol prices are ranging from $2.30 to $2.90 per gallon which works out to be between 60 to 70 cents per litre. No complaints from this end.
... out from our hideaways and saw each other. We start to walk on different streets trying to pick up a ride. A band eventually picks us up and they drop us off in Tucson, Arizona. Tuscon is very warm and dusty. It is also a pretty big city. We eventually find a job at a restaurant where both of us can ...
... the mountains of New Mexico to the north and Apaches
everywhere! Carmac Mc'Carthy's book “Blood Meridian” tells one
story of the Indian Wars in this area.
Today we watched as thunderstorms
passed to the east of us bringing rain to the mountains of New
Mexico but not a drop here. In fact no significant rain here for
three years! Next week we will be moving through New ...
... sell it to your white, aging male viewers so their eyes are as glazed as yours.
Fox news reaction to Obama's reelection. Worth the 10 minutes. It is just splendid.
And of course some wonderful "The Daily Show" clips breaking down the election:
http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-n ovember-7-2012/post-democalypse-2012--- america-takes-a-shower
... the left. This is the New Mexico desert, and finding shade and a little water on the rest stops is greatly appreciated. Then, I read a series of four highway signs that are especially interesting for someone on a motorcycle: Possible Sand Storms For 15 Miles (repeat every 15 miles) Do Not Stop In Traffic Lanes Use Extreme Caution Zero Visibility A Possibility As I was running the sand storm on a motorcycle scenario through my mind, I read a more comforting sign: You ...