Quality Inn & Suites El Paso
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Saturday night was my last night in Texas. When looking for a dinner place I ran into a bar with life music. So I ended my day there at Sparrow's listening to a band called Crosstown. The guy on the e-guitar was sort of the brother of Santana. I did enjoy while having a Lone Star beer.
Attached are also some pics from my departure in El Paso on Sunday morning.
... We showered and freshened up for the ride then hit the road feeling wonderful. These two complete strangers went above and beyond as hosts and we were SO grateful for the power of networking and friends.
We took off around noon, Theresa made us sandwiches and sent us off with coconut water and protein bars (for which we gave a sample of soylent and our bottle of Kraken rum) and we headed to white sands.
I found someone in the bathroom who said they would help me find my mom. I promised him money but I somehow lost all of my money. He eventually tried to sell me to someone, but luckily I was saved my a woman named Mrs. Reina. She took my to her house and fed me along with other illegals that she had saved. We watched soccer and had delicious ...
This day started how the day before ended with driving. I got my self some energy drinks and drove torts New Mexico. Highway 10 at night is not the most fun because no one is driving at 2 o'clock in the morning on this dark and lonely highway. We where driving with the top down till around 3, when it suddenly got very cold and windy. It dropped 25 fahrenheit and thunderbolts lit up the sky. We drove quick down the next exit ...
Jason and his Dad had a productive week transforming the cargo trailer into a more functionable office. They added electricity, a vent, dry erase board walls, a desk, and cabinets. They did a great job and I think Jason will enjoy having his own little retreat to work. All in all we had a nice week and feel like we got ourselves in a better position to enjoy our travels. And now we will say "Good Bye" to Texas for at least a few months!