mmmm que rico el friiito,. y el hielito.
que puedo decir sin comentarios
mmmm..pos ase muchoooo frio
y pos que bonito esta pero ahy mucho polvo
y mucho malandro jajjajaja.
no es cierto muy calmado linda pick.
This is a wonderful collection of border points....
this is crazy, i can go across in my mountain bike righ? thank for the answer.
A foto é maravilhosa! eu amo o méxico, e creio que um dia eu estareei pisando nessa ponte!Perfeeito!
In what year was your picture taken?
I passed through here in 1978 on my way from Suffield training area at Ralston Camp to Great Falls on 4 days R&R. At the time I was serving with 1st Bn the Duke of Wellingtons Regiment of the British Army. ( Had a good time in Great Falls)
i don't think than texas to have this place,
I speak spanish more than english , escuse me for my bad ortografy.
This is my home I grew up in from the 3rd grade to high school.(+) It was neat to have friends visit. They got a kick out of being able to stradle the US/Canadian line markers. We had many bad lightning storms in that area, but it was not until the house was sold, that the next people had it hit by lightning. It was vacated and sold to a contractor who redone the inside part that burned. It was then sold to a gentleman from Tennessee, whom died in a motorcycle accident in 2007. Previous to us living there, it had been vacant and was able to be two apartments. It was the only house that my parents could find to live in w/7 boys at the time. We have great memories of the homestead. The farmers in the area sure loved the idea of all us boys...we worked on many of thier farms through out the years: 1968 to the early 90's:
"Those were the days"..FMI..email email@example.com