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... a beautiful woman and an ugly one is 3 tequilas). While the energy was rocking, with the singer belting some Mexican classics that had the place bouncing (including a song that sang the praises of a local cartel boss...yep, we're in THAT territory), Lila Downs was on the video screen above, and I kinda wished we could hear her instead. I don't think this place would go for it. Nevertheless, we enjoyed a few beers worth ...
... a lot of time attending events with the residents and getting to know them, while I worked. By the end of the week, Wren had made numerous friends, including Ted (a poet who gave her a signed copy of his book), Earl (who she danced with at the Valentine's Day dance) and Chuck, a spry 90-year-old trickster. These people were wonderful to Wren and to us in general. It made what could have easily been an awkward week into one we'll always remember.
When the weekend ...
... Balloon Fiesta... Out of the blue a few days ago she thought we should do it.... Wayne and Kathy (sis and BIL) have a friend here who runs some
Balloon's so we called him and now are scheduled for a flight on Sat a.m. More on this after the flight...
Rowdy was happy to see Tasha and Gracie again and make friends with a Newfoundland Quincy!
Happy Trails to You until We Meet Again! Jim, Connie and Rowdy!
... tomorrow we decided not to unhook the camper from the truck, and to only hook up the utilities. When we opened the camper the inside temperature was 98 degrees, the outside temperature was 110 degrees, so it is taking a long time for the camper to cool down. Because this is the first campground that had a pool, we took a swim before dinner, and it proved to be very relaxing.
... to me. I nod, thank him and get back to the car: we’ll do without cash. We exit Nogales and enter the highway. I comply with a speed limit that seems optional for everyone else: cars and trucks alike zoom past us as if someone’s life was at stake. Mai suggests that maybe it is, and she instructs me to burn the rubber. We make it to the customs area and go through the process and paperwork. It’s ...