Value Place El Paso, Texas (Gateway)
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... tons of water, but we still haven't gotten ourselves motivated enough to actually try it...I think this summer will be the time though.
So - this weekend, we resorted to a bike camping trip with the boys. We currently have 2 bike trailers - 1 is about to go up for sale - and a dog that helped us haul all our stuff a few miles up the mountain and away from civilization for a bit. It was a hoot and ...
... guidlines about being it before dark and additional reminders on manners but she was excited to go. I later found out that one of the other women that was in our group was also going over there, it sounded like a big sleepover party. We came back to the Outpost uneventfully and had some great pizza. Everyone seemed very tired. It was good to drop into bed after - and drift off to sleep to the sound of the 8:15 freight train.
We left San Antonio on Thursday heading to El Paso Texas which is on the most western side of Texas. We planned on taking two days to get there. We traveled about 300 miles or so for our first night stay in Fort Stockton. Not much there but we found a decent camp ground which had a cute little restaurant attached. We had a good BBQ rib dinner for 8.95 which included dessert! Best meal for the money ...
If, on one fine day, you ever find yourself hungry and in El Paso at the same time, I would highly recommend Geske's Fire Grill. The food was excellent, ambiance is great and the service is over the top. And its not atrociously expensive either. I had the Sunday Brunch and every single item was cooked carefully. And I received a surprise with something called a Posole. It was some kind of shredded beef soup. Just one word for it, Awesome.
... to the cubby compartments in the kids’ rooms! We are getting so close to the orphanage being finished! Beds are in almost all (if not all) of the boys bedrooms. Most of them are all polyurethaned and ready for mattresses!
We have been eating in Texas for Breakfast and Supper this week, and eating authentic Mexican meals for lunch in the desert. So after our fruit break in the afternoon, Sara ...