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... riding in the desert. (Groupon) 1.5 hours. Hot at 76 degrees. Saw a great horned owl nesting up in Segura cactus. Hit the pool at Great Western. Ate at Longhorn for dinner. Had a nice breakfast at hotel and caught flights at 11:40. Flight late so missed layover in Dallas. Able to get on next flight and arrived at 10PM NVA. Picked up Maddie, who stayed with Robert at Rover. Never again. strange ...
... to complete for Mexican auto insurance and doggy health certificates. We have a vet appointment. We need Mexican fishing permits. We need Thanksgiving stuff. We need more beers. We need pesos. We need a can of fake snow. (See Robert Earl Keen, Christmas with the Family) Bobby and Cory chatter nonstop, I take a nap. We are invited to dinner at the Hamovitch's. Bobby's Aunt Judy is expected. What an incredible lady, doing great at 89. And sharp, nothing gets by Aunt ...
... cheetah but couldn't pet. Had lunch at the park in the panda area. I had Kung pao chicken and mike Kung pao beef. After the zoo we went to Seaport Village. Mike had carne asada burrito there and I had a chicken fajita burrito. Went to Harley and mike got a great shirt representing the military and I got my first Harley shirt. After that we went to the main exchange for some shopping then back to hotel (around 9pm). Walked a total of 10.77 miles ...
... tourists to go on, The Naval Amphibious Base which is the home of the Navy Seal Commando Training Unit. Apparently 85% of service personnel fail their interim joining course, the various Navy Shipbuilding Facility and the Coronado Bay Bridge.
This bridge was huge, high and very long. It is 3.4kms long and a mile longer than the San Francisco Bridge. It was opened in 1969 and cost $50 million to build. Its clearance high is 61 meters (200ft), unfortunately ...
... the states from then on. When I heard of this, I naturally wanted my five minutes of fame so I pretty much demanded that Cleo rang in again with another ‘update’. So as well as being known for my Mario Kart endeavours, I’m also now famous to a further six or seven people in New Mexico who tune in to ‘The Fatback Nation’.
Giddy with fame, we headed out to celebrate Cleo’s birthday or, more importantly, me being ...
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