Motel 6 El Paso East
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Well...after discovering the White Sands, the bus tour brought me back to El Paso. There of course I had have Mexican Food again. Hence, I went to a taco place with Alexandra. We had spicy food, Mexican beer and a good conversation. Afterwads, we did some grocery shopping at Target.
... smooth sailing. We reached El Paso around 2:30am their time (time change on this route helped us out). Will and his wife Theresa were still awake and offered us beers. We traded them a bag of fresh coffee, our thank-you gift to hosts, and promptly went to bed on the cozy air mattress they laid out for us.
The next morning, Theresa cooked breakfast (eggs with spinach, mushrooms, and cheese) and Will ...
... out from our hideaways and saw each other. We start to walk on different streets trying to pick up a ride. A band eventually picks us up and they drop us off in Tucson, Arizona. Tuscon is very warm and dusty. It is also a pretty big city. We eventually find a job at a restaurant where both of us can ...
... this is our 'One Think' that Maybe its not yours but somewhere if you are a Christian you should have one, something that makes you say 'Enough is Enough" I am going to do something about this, I firmly believe that if you don't, something is off. Maybe its the people in your workplace, failing marriages, young unwed mothers that need some help, the homeless in your area, troubled teens, nursing home bound adults, ...
Dave wanted to drive through the Guadalupe Mountains National Park on our way over to the Chiricahuas so we headed down to El Paso, Texas. Dave said, "Then we can say we've been to Texas. We really just drove through it though. The Guadalupe mountains were also beautiful but, since I was driving, I didn't really get any pictures of them. Carlsbad is in the Guadalupe mountains though, so Slaughter Canyon is a good ...