Saturday, March 20, 2010

Happy St. Patrick's Day

I think everyone has a bit of Irish in them on St. Paddy’s Day.  I’m Irish and proud of it, and Mike has a bit of Irish but very seldom admits it, but then he is polish.

Charles and Mike installed a new water pump in the MH today, the original one stopped working.  Lucky for us Mike had a spare.


Charles and Mike were just wrapping up the installation when Ken and LeeAnn showed up.  They were on their way back from Long Beach CA were they spent a week with friends. 


We spent some time visiting on then went on a little tour of the American Mexico border.

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The fence is quit the structure.  I m not really sure how long it is everything I have read gives me a different length.  I know it is not one continuous structure it stops and starts many times.  If you click on the fence link you can read a little more about it.  Everywhere you look there are cameras on the electrical poles, microphones and lighting.  Less then 5 minutes of entering the fence area 3 border patrol vehicles pulled up to to check us out, or maybe it was just break time.   

P1050225 This area of California has lots of sand dunes for dune buggies.  You can watch them speeding around all over on the desert.

We had a great visit with Ken and LeeAnn and will see them again in Apache Junction when we return for our warranty work on the MH.


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