Radisson Hotel El Paso Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Yesterday we just hung around the camp, read, ate, napped, slept and such. It got hot, but we never did go over to the super-pool. Lots of folks did, including tons of scubers...
This morning, Sunday, we got and earlier than usual start, since the ol' weather guy/gal forecast high winds. I was a bit nervouser than usual, for some reason, since I'm a guy of faith and let the "Big Guy" take care of such things.
We dumped the ...
... Sunset Limited Service which travels between Los Angeles and New Orleans with stops in between. I would be travelling from Tucson to San Antonio.
We departed on time at 8.15am and the aisle seat next to me was free (for now). Sadly, the seats across from me weren't and instead were inhabited by Rosanne Barr and her husband, or at least someone that sounded equally annoying. The classic fat and skinny combination. She was a loud ...
When I woke up this morning to fix my grandma breakfast, I shook her but she wouldn't wake up. I kept shaking and yelling at her but nothing would happen. I lost her while she was sleeping. She's in a better place now.
I had no other reason to stay in Juarez, so I packed a bag and left for Los Angeles to find my mom. I walked to the Americans that came in yesterday and asked for help. ...
... snow storms in Colorado and Utah, amongst the redwoods of California, the beaches of Oregon, saguaros of Arizona. We've even spent a night at some swanky resort parking lot waking to limos awaiting their first customer of the day. Dane and I have had some damn good times in this truck and the new one has a lot to live up to. So the chapter has closed on yet another part of our life.
Thanks...you've done your ...
Lynnie took a few photos on our way back, while I drove. I'll add them so you can get some sense of the area around El Paso. We relied on the Droid Navigation to come back. It must have been programmed by a "fine individual" also, since we ended up in a small park in Las Cruces on the first try and at a Motel on the second one. I finally used the Camp and RV application to direct us home. The water is still frozen as ...