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I was awoken at 0530 by nothing really. A need to check my phone I guess. My alarm was set for 6am so I could say goodby to Damian and the kids before school. Plus I needed an early start and a 1030 wake up before a day of driving just won't do. So, though I'm sluggish to get out of bed, I'm awake at least. I rise when Damian is about to depart and thank him for his hospitality. He wishes me a safe journey then he leaves. The kids get ready for ...
... separate strands of fruit, bag the date bunches to protect them from insects and moisture, and harvest the dates. They are an organic product - no pesticides or chemicals are used on the trees or the dates. Many date specialties are made locally, including date shakes, which are yummy but
On Wednesday, Doug took the day off golfing and the four of us went to the Yuma Territorial Prison Historic ...
... coming back, past the Proving Grounds again, we stopped to watch several jumpers coming down and we could tell that they were doing some testing at the base of the mountain as we could see the dust kicking up as they moved across the desert floor.
Okay, so that just about keeps us up-to-date on our activities. Hope you are all well and not getting too sick of the cold and snow that some of you are experiencing. Remember, it will be over soon!!
... either. They did repairs on Scott's bike and shifters. Great bike shop. Scott is ow friends with his bike. We are so blessed in this country. We have so many opportunities. We have met many people from out of country and they remind us of our blessings. Saw the huge border fence. Seems harsh. Talked with locals on how they feel about immigration. Border patrol everywhere. Cant get photos from our iphones to ipad. Yessh, we will work on ...
... agents, no hassle. The town was a big surprise to us. Greg and I expected dirty streets, ramshackle buildings, beggars, street children; what we have typically seen in small Mexico towns. It wasn’t like that at all. We were pleasantly surprised. The town is very clean and the people are very friendly, no harassing. The few medical offices we went into were very ‘American’. They have it all here: prescription and nonprescription drugs, eye exams ...