Sleep Inn El Paso
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... me into a different car. A lady named Mrs. Reina then rescued me and took me to her place where I stayed for a while. There are many museums in El Paso and also the Holloman Air Force Base. There is a lot of history throughout the cities with very old buildings.
... border, in El Paso we drove up but accidentally took the wrong lane and ended up on a one way street to the Mexican border. Oops! Luckily the officers we friendly enough and allowed us to do a u-turn. At one stage we could see the city on the Mexican side, what a change from the USA side. Dingy little houses and beaten up roads. It's crazy to think that all that separates it is a ...
... cold mountains of S. Colorado. Last summer we actually went to the Rio Grande headwaters and oh what a change these delicious waters see. However, as Turner said, "This is my river so don't go talking bad about her!" I agree. It's what we got here in the desert town of El Paso...and you know what. It's pretty darn cool. I can see myself floating down this river all next summer...and that's all I gotta say about that.
... times to I forget that souls are important to chase after the 'shiny' little object or project in my own life. I know I do it with projects around the house, I will set off to do some task and walk by another that I think could be done quickly and get easily distracted. Hopefully, I can make an effort to not let that happen with people and their need, whether they realize it or not, to meet the savior and experience what he has ...
... the dirty clothes in my laundry bag.
While my Jeep was being searched, three other officers repeatedly asked me some of the same questions about where I was in Mexico and how long I was there.
"Touristy stuff like going to the beach on Baja, snorkeling in Cabo, visiting historic missions, some time at Copper Canyon." I guess I must look especially shifty.
One such question posed in over and over again in numerous ways ...