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... seen color and setting quite as amazing as this. I wandered until sated with the camera burning in my little hand.
From there the road became the famous motorcycle route of legend. A ridge ride through rocky outcrops that is tricky only because one is tempted to look at the scenery rather than the road. Lucky for me it was so foggy I had no trouble concentrating. No one was on it due to the bad weather -- which made it really ...
... if it would only last!!!
After the Canyon we found ourselves in Monument Valley. As kids bought up on American westerns in the 60’s, Gael and I could identify with the landscape. The Navajo Indians run the valley and a large hotel at the site. They very generously provide free camping to anyone who finds themselves there at dusk. We partook of their generosity only to have a bozo with a generator spoil the place. As I lack any tolerance of others and wishing to ...
... ARE TWO HIGH MOUNTAIN RANGES GOING DOWN MEXICO'S EAST AND WEST COASTS - THE SIERRA MADRES EAST AND THE SIERRA MADRES WEST - BETWEEN THE TWO MOUNTAIN RANGES IS A HIGH PLATEAU - WHICH IS WHERE MOST OF THE CITIES OF MEXICO ARE. BECAUSE OF THE HIGHT OF THE PLATEAU, THE TEMPERATURE IS QUITE TEMPERATE IN THIS AREA. ALL OF THE TOURIST, RESORT AREAS ARE ON THE PACIFIC COAST OR THE CARIBBEAN COAST WHERE IT CAN ...
... crucifix displayed in Our Lady of Refuge Church. Read on!
from ABC World News: May 2, 2006 - Border patrol agents in Eagle Pass, Texas, had been frustrated for years, because hundreds of illegal immigrants a day would pour across the border, taking advantage of a loophole to get into the United States.
Border patrol agent Martin Clark said it astounded him.
"There were no unhappy faces ... everyone was trying to get caught," Clark ...
... is a joy.
Ysidro and Marta, the lay couple who lead this group, were very busy during our Sunday visit, so we were grateful we had dinner and conversation with them at Hector and Myrta's earlier that day. Such dedication and commitment!
We stopped for some grocery shopping at the huge "Bodega" store in Piedras Negras before crossing ...