Red Roof Inn - El Paso West
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Dlclarke7 stayed here on Sep 21, 2010 during their trip titled: Clarke and Riley do America.
... the mountains of New Mexico to the north and Apaches
everywhere! Carmac Mc'Carthy's book “Blood Meridian” tells one
story of the Indian Wars in this area.
Today we watched as thunderstorms
passed to the east of us bringing rain to the mountains of New
Mexico but not a drop here. In fact no significant rain here for
three years! Next week we will be moving through New ...
My first day living at this home, I go to work with the other illegals. The day is going well and I'm working hard then all of a sudden the I.N.S shows up. I hid in some plants and they did not find me. Me and Enrique were the only ones that did not get found. He was not to happy about that. He was about to leave me but i traveled with him. We hitched a ride with a famous mexican ...
... Oñate Trail'; it winds through ranches, cotton fields, vineyards/wineries, huge orchards of pecan trees, and small villages. Not to be missed is the Plaza at Mesilla. The square (in fact the whole town) is made up of an interesting collection of colonial and territorial style buildings. Many of which are now restaurants and retail boutiques. Definitely worth a wonder through. Well, now it was time for me to climb on to the Interstate Highway and move a little bit ...
... the 2nd floor west wing so that it could be grouted with this one and the one Juan-Carlos was working on that wing could be completed. While we were there we were able to more or less wrap up the 2nd floor North wing. Those rooms need vanity tops and shower thresholds and some final plumbing and very little else before kids can move in. Pastor Steve said at lunch that before all the violence start 2 ...