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Apr 10, 2008 - Mexicali

Yay!!! Ok so the first entry is going to be pretty boring because we cant put up any pics just yet but... So we did actually get on the road on monday even though most people said we wouldn´t. However we only made it to julien so i dont want to start our adventure there. On tues. we got up and our car wouldn´t start, but after a good ol bump start we were on the road. Next we stopped in calexico to get some last minute things at Walmart. But when we got in the car again it wouldn´t start. Im freaking out and jimmy was laughing. So we called...

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Apr 8, 2008 - mexicali

Yay!!! Ok so the first entry is going to be pretty boring because we cant put up any pics just yet but... So we did actually get on the road on monday even though most people said we wouldn´t. However we only made it to julien so i dont want to start our adventure there. On tues. we got up and our car wouldn´t start, but after a good ol bump start we were on the road. Next we stopped in calexico to get some last minute things at Walmart. But when we got in the car again it wouldn´t start. Im freaking out and jimmy was laughing. So we called...

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Mar 25, 2007 - Tijuana And San Diego

Yep, we are now world travelers - at least for the day. We walked into Mexico and shopped in Tijuana all day. It was a nightmare to get out though - took 2 hours to get through customs. We had a fun day and bought durgs (the prescription kind) and jewelry - CHEAP! Otherwise, San Diego is a beautiful city - still too expensive for us. We had a little trouble getting back into the USA on our second trip to Mexico. Customs wanted to see proof that we were Shawn's guardians! Luckily, I had his adoption papers. The guy was not friendly. Then,...

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Mar 22, 2005 - camping by the pig barn

Today we left our beautful campground on the sea in San Diego and drove about 120 miles to Imperial. In this short drive we climbed from sea level up to 4,000 feet and back down 45 feet below sea level. The temperature also changed from spring to summer and it's sunny and in the 80's. We are here because Ken volunteered to give a presentation on using technology to enhance your RV experience at an Escapees rally. The Escapees organization has been efficiently forwarding our mail to us since we left home and is comprised of volunteers who...

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