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... are now riding on some good roads though and left the interstate road behind for the time being. Weather still hot but less humid so more comfortable.
Our route took us along side the Mexican border for about 100 miles. Border patrols everywhere to stop illegal immigrants crossing the border from Mexico. We got stopped and had to produce our passports.
Had lunch and filled up with petrol at a back of beyond place on the ...
... off and on this afternoon. I will start thinking about dinner soon. We brought so much and we have been eating like kings. That one was for you, Dad.
It took a long time to get all of the pictures to download. I hope that you enjoy them. Mom and Dad, have you been here before? I couldn't remember. Well gonna go now.
... that you're the only one you have to rely on....and that the nearest hospital is probably 120 miles away. You pay attention...and you're careful. Your life may depend on it.
We stop to explore, and since it's dry and solid, we went just a little offroad with the truck to explore some old adobe houses that had fell in and some rock formations. It's difficult to tell how old things are here. The desert reclaims some things....while allowing ...
... from those days. The hotel was built by well-known southwestern architect Henry Trost, who built several other hotels around the same time, (1920s and 30s) to bring tourism to the southwest. He is also responsible for many famous buildings in downtown El Paso, Tucson, and Albuquerque.
After checking in I wandered around the town for a while, browsing the Marfa ...
... of his show was "Bust a Gut with Baxter Black", and we certainly did!!! For those of you who'd like to view a terrific example of his humor, check out his YouTube video entitled "Vegetarian Cowboy Cookbook". Just Google "Baxter Black" and it should come right up. Enjoy!
McDonald Observatory, Ft Davis, Texas lies in the Davis Mountains, surrounded by acres and acres of ranch land. The site was donated to ...