Knights Inn Eagle Pass
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... Sharp blotches of color against the limestone cliffs and green trees of the little valley. All of a sudden we were in wonderland. The red, orange and yellow trees threw irregular patterns of color up against the cliffs. Individual trees glowed intensely in a single hue. I followed the trail into a maple forest that had visitors speaking in whispers it was so awe inspiring. I knew maple trees from the western Virginia Fall display, but ...
... less commercial or flogged of the two. The views are supposed to be more spectacular from the south but the crowds are reported to be typical American icon numbers. We therefore restricted our Canyon capers to the North Rim.
We found a secluded campsite just outside the Park and spent two more nights by ourselves. In fact, most night for several weeks have been at no reward to the US government. We are spending less $’s to live than we would back in OZ at the moment. ...
CONGRATULATIONS TO MY WONDERFUL SON, ALEXANDER AND MY GREAT NEW DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, LISA, ON THEIR MARRIAGE ON APRIL 03, IN THAILAND. AND ALL OF THE BEST TO THEM AS THEY TAKE UP RESIDENCE IN MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA. ALSO, GREETINGS TO FRIEND JOE HARRINGTON AND STEVE IN SEATTLE. HOPE YOU HAD A GREAT TIME IN COSTA RICA. DAVE THE HIPPIE BEAUTIFUL WOMAN RELAXING DAVE WITH BEAUTIFULWOMEN A LITTLE BIT MORE ABOUT ...
... to Hold 'Em Back'
Albert Ellis is a rancher who lives on the border. He said he approved of zero tolerance, and believed it made more sense than building a wall along the border.
"Actually, some of the ranchers don't care much for the fence 'cause their cattle drink out of the Rio Grande," he said. "The fence ain't going to hold 'em [illegal immigrants] back, but that detention center will hold back some."
But others on the front lines said this ...
We found Cristo Rey
through my sister's congregation who travels from Iowa to provide volunteer service here. We saw the new church, the playground and the outbuilding for classes that volunteers gradually built on our first pass through. When we returned on Sunday afternoon, we saw it all in action. Worshipping with this tiny congregation of very poor people (live on ...