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Stayed in Hidalgo preparing to cross the border - more details, photos and story to come soon!
... the way I wanted it. Now, I misunderstood the cost of the
pedicure, confusing it with the hair cut. Or maybe it was the margarita that I
took into the pedicure place with me to dull the pain of her digging in my
toenails and cutting out the in grown. Anyways, when she was finished I gave
her $5.00 for the pedicure and $2.00 for a tip and walked out the door. I then
continued out the door and down the street when I was accosted by the manager,
... nor is
there one of a bikini clad girl on a beach, there is not even a beach picture.
How about a picture of the emergency entrance in a hospital, shown upside down,
I can remember that. A couch pillow, what a damn couch pillow that is what they
first show me. I am to remember that I chose a freakin couch pillow? Who comes
up with this ****? Like the song says 55 channels and there is nothing on.
Well, just thinking out loud, and not for me to say, ...
... and our friends up north and it just hit me out of the blue. Well, not exactly out of the blue; we’ve had a few overly stressful days that I’m not going to go into detail about but suffice it to say, we were feeling pretty demoralized and down. I decided to post on Facebook about feeling homesick and lo and behold! Our friends, family, circus family, and acquaintances came out of the woodwork to ...
... friends. We made our heartbreaking good-byes and headed to the border.
Al has spent countless days and nights on the internet doing research and communicating with people already in Mexico. He has compiled a list of all the best methods, roads, tolls and towns to drive through and which places to avoid. So we headed to the Anzalduas International Bridge crossing in Reynosa, Mexico. We were privileged to be one of the first people to cross through this brand ...