La Quinta Inn El Paso West
Travel Blogs from El Paso
Brrrr, it was cold in the early part of the day, 11 degrees in fact. We got going so early, the dawn sun was shining in my eyes, until we turned onto the highway, then the reflections from Des's clean aluminium panniers boxes were like mirrors. I kept my distance from Des’s bike, until the sun rose a little. I shivered …
I've been wanting to go backpacking with the boys since about the time they were born. We even had a trip planned when we found out that we were pregnant with Caden...so that through a hitch in the whole thing. I just have a hard time imagining hauling 2 kids, and all the necessities for the 4 of us on 2 older and not so strong backs. We do have a few places in mind that would be short hikes and not the need ...
... backpack, but its not there. The man kindly takes me to the impound lot, but its locked and I can't get my money. The dude is really mad. He takes me to the inner city and tries to hand me over to a drug dealer, but a lady intervenes and saves me. I sleep at her house with other ...
... superbly as usual, although we had to slow down to 70 mph. Mom is still doing very well !
We have reservations at a Travelodge in Casa Grande AZ tomorrow night. Are looking at Henderson NV, Fallon, NV, and possibly Klamath Falls for the rest of the trip ...
... running down Mesa St. half naked
So anyways - After a day of getting a buzz, sobering up, catching another buzz, singing carols, spitting blue Gatorade in Blu's face, sword fights, streaking on Mesa St., laughter and frustration we are determined to win a trophy next year. Kids - watch out...I'm in training.
Gotta run - I'm off to pop off the top of a cold beer.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed