La Copa Inn Alamo
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I'm so tired right now but I'm going to try and push through so that I can get this blog post written.
Firstly, the blog title quote came from an especially honest young lady of 5 years old who did not appreciate the animal aromas on the midway. She said this to me in a slightly disaproving tone, as though it was my fault. I mean, I didn't shower today, but come on!
John and I took the IDRIS off the lot this morning to a Flying J that was only ...
... are hoping for sunshine this
afternoon, and a pool day. I can’t believe it but a lot of people are pulling
out and heading for home. There is a reason for that down here, as tax day in
the end of March, and their tax structure is a lot more complicated for ours,
so off they go north to Wisconsin and North Dakota, and Kansas and Missouri,
and where ever else they have come from, and as we all know it is still
freezing cold and there is ...
... morning (and texting Jeremiah to let him know that we were going to be late for food), I stopped by the cookhouse and enjoyed an avocado/lemon/cheese/mayo sandwich with a little dash of salt. Amazingly wonderful. Jeremiah sent me home with more than enough avocado so that became my after show snack too.
This morning, Kayla, Jeremiah's girlfriend, John and I went to the laundromat in Edinburg that was near a Starbucks. Starting the day off with ...
... today, but we fell very short. It stayed in the 40s and overcast but at least we didn’t have the wind we’ve been having the last few days.
Cookhouse at 11am was in the open air and under some trees today…the trees are just tall enough that Jeremiah couldn’t set up our usual tent to eat under so we went without. Our lot has apparently also come with a family of stray dogs who live here. They quickly discovered where we eat and ...
... daily life in Cuba under the embargo, cultural sensitivity, more details about the trip in Cuba, what to expect upon reentering the U.S. on July 14, and more. The evenings after dinner were filled with various social, educational, and cultural activities. We heard a speaker talk about the Rio Grande Valley segment of the concrete block wall that is being built between the U.S. and Mexico to keep out ...