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That night we headed to downtown Scottsdale and had a wonderful array of pizzas at The Gelato Spot where the awkward waitress told us a long, detailed story about her Halloween experience, and then we went off drinking at Giligan's where they hired "little people" ("PC midgets") to work at a mini-bar. I'm not sure what we were expecting but when we finally saw the mini bar it made us feel very bad for the woman working and the frat boys doing ...
I met my dad for the first time. He works at a department store. We talked and I asked him about meeting up with my mom again and he finally agreed to. I waited at the restaurant for him to show up, but he never did. I was very mad about it and Enrique agreed to take me to Los Angeles, so we got on a bus and left.
... everyone else is in the same boat (the first timers like me and elaine anyway) so with that you just take a deep breath and get ready to go. Thankfully, a slow ride is a slow ride, very easy pace strolling through the surrounding desert for an hour, getting used to the saddle and movement. On this ride we saw a snake, long horned wild cow and wild deer, all suitably amazing, though a little scary. And when we arrived back it was all fine and I had ...
... had clear blue sky. El Paso is a very large city on the Mexico/Texas border. Around 2:30, we went back into New Mexico and just west of Las Cruces, we were stopped at a border patrol inspection station where they asked our citizenship and then asked what we had in the van. Dan said, "Just a bunch of junk we’re taking to California", and the guy laughed and then asked about the gauges on the dash. ...
... gave Jen the wrong directions and we had to go 9 miles one way to get back to the starting point so that we could turn off for Javelina picnic area. Well, of course my bag isn't packed so I have to pull everything out of storage in the van and find a spot for it in the pack, and eat breakfast at the same time. Nothing like being prepared! Jen tells me she's a little nervous for me but I'm happy to be going and eager to hit the trail. After about 45 minutes ...
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