Monday, September 02, 2013

International Border

I crossed the International Border yesterday afternoon. The border people took my fresh eggs and let me keep my Mexican pork chops.

Camped at the Shadow Ridge RV Park in Ajo, Arizona. Too hot and humid to street camp. Ate good old American meat loaf at Ajo's Marcela's restaurant. Yummm!

27 comments:

  1. Welcome back to the USA George, I'll remember the day you came back as it is my birthday today. Steve

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  2. yes... welcome home, George ;) with mashed potatoes and green beans?

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  3. Hooray, you are home!!! Glad to know you are here!

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  4. Welcome back to good ole USA!!! I love my country!! I thought you might still be in Mexico LOL!!

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  5. Welcome back, George. While I wish things were different, perhaps this will be a pleasant new adventure for you.

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  6. Welcome back George. San Diego is a great place to be.

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  7. Welcome back to the USA. We have missed you blogging. Good luck with whatever you do.

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  8. Glad you are back, George. Thanks for taking the time to let us know. Hopefully you'll have many positive experiences in the days to come! We are with you.....

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  9. Welcome back. New adventures ahead. Thanks for taking the time to let us know you are safely back in the USA.

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  10. Hey, George. I see from the hit counter that you have now had over 8 million views of your blog. Congratulations!

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  11. Checked Google Earth and Weather re Ajo, AZ. High average temps this coming week exceed 100 degrees each day. Nice picture of the rv park and a mural on a wall.
    Nice small town close to Mexican border... seems an ideal spot for your first night back.
    Google Earth blocked out the border crossing building. Only showed one government vehicle along side the road.
    I suspect they will enjoy the eggs for breakfast.

    It looks like a Dairy Queen on the highway that leaves Ajo. Watch the overhangs if you stop.

    All the best wishes for you.

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  12. George
    619 588 5133 You have been here before. Come on by and park while you decide where you want to set up camp.
    Your friend in El Cajon
    Janet

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  13. Just curious, what reason did they give for taking your eggs??? Yum, Kim loves meatloaf! We're glad you had a good trip.

    We hope to see you if you ever make it this far north!

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  14. Welcome back to the other side George. Hope all goes well.

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  15. Always good to hear from you, George. Don`t forget to look for Wanderwolf, Mike has been too busy to write. Have a good trip!

    Warren eieio

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    1. da wolf dude here: I'm still in Ajo,...but different address....sad to say, but George didn't track me down...my fault, I stopped communications with "everybody" this past year...I'm trying to "find me" without help from "outside"...I do regret that I missed George this time thru though...he's a damned good "heart"....sigh....

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  16. Great to hear from you, George. All the best from MN. Please keep letting us now how you are and what you are up to. :)

    Kent

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  17. "The future's not ours to see..." Welcome north side.
    I appreciate you and the time you take to keep us informed of the journey.
    DAYTON

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  18. Good to see you posting again. Last time I checked in you were retiring from blogging. Maybe you meant daily blogging. Anyway, I will check in more often now.

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  19. Welcome home! Your blog family has missed you and are relieved to have you close.

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  21. George is still getting a couple thousand hits a day and hasn't posted in a week and a half. Amazing!

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  22. Crossing international borders can be fun as well. Imagine being i between two countries? =) Just make sure you have the right nomad travel insurance to support your traveling style. ;)

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