Hotel El Capitan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 6 capsules every few hours until relief is achieved. Sometimes, I use it as an internal cleanse by adding the powder to a jar of water, shaking well and drinking.
For salve, I mix several tablespoons of the powder with several tablespoons of oil. In an emergency, any kind of oil will do; but, I prefer coconut, or olive oils.
I recommend it for an emergency kit or for traveling because I KNOW how well it works and because it is so ...
... balloon pulled back to the ground with winds aloft exceeding its 65 knot limit. These little blimps are used as surveillance devices along the southwestern border as a tool in stopping drug running over the border.
Van Horn, founded in the late 1850’s as a support site for the El Paso - San Antonio Overland Mail Route, has a population of 3,000 with lots of signs that it is ...
... Western Hemisphere! It was incredible and, sadly, I don't believe our photos will fully capture the magnificence because we didn't bring our good camera, and we were 750 feet underground. Hopefully, the attached photos will help in sharing the experience. The Caverns are within the Guadalupe Mountains, which is also a National Park, but only allows for hiking and backpacking. It is recommended that this park ...
... pueblos and box canyon dwellings in Wupatki National Monument. The 1000 foot high Sunset Crater erupted between 1040 and 1100 spewing ash over 800 square miles and producing two lava flows. We rode for miles and miles through lava fields that seem to have hardened just yesterday. Vegetation is slowly returning to the landscape. The dwellings were intriguing, too. Builders used both limestone ...
Used to be a huge Springsteen fan. Say used to be, because whenever I hear him now all I can think about is his leftist political views. But I digress. He wrote a song, "Johnny 99". In that song there is a line that says, "...in the part of town where if you hit a redlight you don't stop." Guess where I started my day today. I apparently found the somewhat seedy underbelly of El Paso. Unfortunately, when you are on a bike, not only do you stop, you ...