The Gardner Hotel & El Paso Hostel
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... You do not want to get midway through your construction and understand that you happen to be missing a significant part of building. A large selection of pads can extend the life of the get-together by hours. Waterproof material and fast drying foam allows them to be left outside without being damaged by components. For example , for the patio furniture or garden furniture on your own. It will make you not too dominating or even overbearing for other family ...
On the road again........a long drive again today in no mans land. El Paso also known as "Sun City" runs along the boarder of Mexico, divided by the Rio Grande River. A very populated desert city, surrounded by mountains. With 305 days of sunshine and ...
... occupies part of old Cordova Island. The monument hosts multicultural and artistic events and celebrations throughout the year.
White Sands National Monument near Alamogordo, New Mexico is an awe-inspiring natural phenomenon. It was like entering an all-white winter wonderland. Each turn brought another huge white dune! The sand dunes lie at the northern end of the Chihuahuan Desert in a mountain-ringed ...
When you wake up in the morning with a hangover, chances are that you had a bit too much fun the previous night. Yeah, I didn't really crash last night. Instead I came back to the Hilton bar. There were only a couple more people there along with the bartender, Diana. We 'shot the ****' until midnight and I had a bit too many Martinis. Met a FedEx pilot, Lee and some friends of Diana. Everybody was cool and very chatty. Some photos are in order. ...
... leaving California nearly two years ago. Although I will miss the travel and adventure I engaged on this trip, and will quickly change gears as I start working on Monday, I know the long awaited rest will be soon welcomed. One can only move so far until he has to replant his roots.
Note: Blog title inspired while driving somewhere in the vast middle of Texas by listening to Sara Bareilles and her song "Many the Miles"