Ramada El Paso
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It was ok but had several maint. issues and room had a stuffy cigarette smoke odor.
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... your outdoor furniture has its own design: A few wide selection of components to choose from including cast lightweight aluminum, wicker, teak and rattan. Look at the directions (yes men : glance at the directions) and check to see what tools you are likely to need to assemble the particular furniture. Now, look at your tool box and make sure you have the tools you will need. Before you actually get outside furniture, create a ...
... been made up by the helpful car attendant along with soap and towels. We were informed that as we would be heading south then east we should put our clocks forward an hour. As the train left LA I climbed between the sheets hoping for a good night’s sleep. This was not to be as the train crashed and shuddered its way along accompanied by the haunting siren which sounded every few seconds. The US rail system doesn’t go in for secure ...
... guidlines about being it before dark and additional reminders on manners but she was excited to go. I later found out that one of the other women that was in our group was also going over there, it sounded like a big sleepover party. We came back to the Outpost uneventfully and had some great pizza. Everyone seemed very tired. It was good to drop into bed after - and drift off to sleep to the sound of the 8:15 freight train.
... dairy cattle.
For the night we are staying in a FlyingJ/Pilot Travel Centre parking lot in El Paso. We were only here a few minutes when I received my first Texan 'Howdy Ma'am’, complete with tipped cowboy hat.
Travelled today: 398 km
Travelled to date: 12023 km
States travelled in: Arizona, New Mexico, ...
Day 4 Push Day.
Day 4 started out pretty glorious with some John, pancakes, and bacon, how can you go wrong with a start like that. Border crossing went fine and we got to work with all the plumbing and electrical parts that had been picked up. We had most of the plumbing done and electrical conduits in about noon. Then the guys doing the mesh could finish while we continued to tinker around with some stuff.
Christa's perspective ...