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Travel Blogs from El Paso
... been somewhat comforting to see in this old desert town. A sight that you can see from surely a majority of the city. In a way, Asarco was a part of us, however dirty and abhorred it was. Throwing sulfor gases into the air and contaminating our air and soil for decades...but none the less, they were a part of our city. Anyways, now they are gone, to never return and so be it.
Today the stacks came tumbling ...
I walk all night from the boarder to a bus station. I tried to get a ticket for the bus but the stupid lady said i needed an adult. As i walked away I saw some police officers and darted into the bathroom to avoid being caught. That's when I saw a man washing himself, he asked me what was going on and I told him. He said he would help me for money, when he did ...
... we spent together in 1995 and 1996 and 1997, etc. Hilarity, some zippy banter, a few deep conversations, a deluge of irreverence. Her house is so familiar - most of the actual possessions I haven't see before, but the colors, her way of organizing things, all exactly like the apartment we shared in Madison.
We spent the day with Gita's friends, chilling in the neighbor's yard.
Gita and I both commented today that even though we haven't even started our trip, it feels ...
... always wanted to do, but for one reason or another found an excuse not to. Thanks to Sean taking up the initiative, we finally nailed down a date and off we were at 5:40 a.m. on Memorial Day. We got to hike across the sky of El Paso, looking down at the city that we call home. It was an interesting perspective...and probably one that I won't have again for some ...
... factor was very high, the wind cutting through us was very unpleasant. At our morning tea break in a rest area, I added my quilted coat to my riding apparel.
We met an English chap at the rest stop who very kindly showed us through his mobile home. It was huge with two panels which folded out electronically, to increased the width considerably. He said it cost $200,000 to buy new.
The travelers’ rest areas here in Texas ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed