La Quinta Inn El Paso Lomaland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Two posts in one day!? Are you dreaming?! This evening we are celebrating the Seahawks in El Paso. It has been another long day of driving west starting with our delicious tacos from Mi Victoria. 290 -> I-10 W, passing through Fredericksburg and past Kerrville. (Kerrville was the first place Tina ever visited in Texas …
... Maricopa and Tucson then New Mexico with stops at Lordsburg and Deming. At 1500 the US-Mexico border fence came into view and we were asked not to take photographs of the numerous armed border police vehicles tucked into various nooks and crannies of the hills next to the track. The Rio Grande river was crossed at 1515 and we pulled into El Paso, Texas. We were not to leave this huge state until1530 the following day!
More later! best wishes, ...
... those with substance abuse issues, or just wealthy folks depending on their accumulation of stuff to get their fix. Maybe its the poor here in Mexico or Africa, or Southeast Asia. Maybe our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world. The field certainly are white unto harvest waiting for someone willing to roll up their sleeves get a little sweaty and dirty to come show them how good God really is.
I woke up in the morning to work with other illegals picking tomatoes. On the way there we passed by the Franklin mountains state park, the El Paso museum of art, and the Hueco Tanks State Historic Site. They teach me how to pick the tomatoes, and not to rub my eyes, but midway through the Immigration police show up and arrest many of the workers. I hide behind a few boxes. I am left with a man named Enrique and we make our way to Tucson, ...
... to crepes with banana, nutella and brown sugar (like little sweet burritos) and some kind of German coffee (I didn't know Germans drank coffee but they do and it's good.). We spent some time hanging out with Kristin and Michael and their two boys Dallas & Mateo (6 and 4 respectively). Mateo has mastered some kind of MMA that involves the couch. He would crouch down and ...