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Gila Bend, AZ?
It's still alive and kickin' in Gila Bend, AZ, even after a fire burned the restaurant out in '98. They rebuilt it, and updated the interior. We used to stop there when I was a kid, and I still stop there on my way to Scottsdale on occasion, and my Dad always has breakfast there when he's headed west to Dago. Good burgers.
I was stationed there at the Air Force Auxilary Field from 1983 to 1985. Many people there couldn't handle the isolation and boredom-alcohol, adultery, drugs. Myself-I ended up getting divorced there.And I learned how to trap and skeet shoot-shot.Went quail hunting for the first time. Read a lot of books and observed people. There are a lot of Indian petroglyphs in the area if you know where to look. You see the immigration across the border first hand (Light a candle for people lost in that area. It's hell.)Got an education I didn't get in my soft cushy civilian 'yuppy' bubble I lived in before.I NEEDED this 'experience' in Gila Bend-funny how it works out in life.Yes I learned a lot about people there and about a lot of other things.And mind you this is after I got a pricey BA and a Masters as a civilian.Gila Bend, AZ. Fond memories. Really.
looking forward to the breakfast buffet....sausages and eggywegs and lomtics of toast.
Re: Illegal Immigration near GB. I used to fill-in at the local library there. The full-time employee's husband worked at the Air Force bombing range south of town. One of his responsibilities was checking on targets. Some targets were large mock-ups of vehicles. This guy went out one day to check on the targets and found several illegals sheltering inside from the sun. He told them to get the heck out. No telling how many people might have have been killed on the range and never discovered.
Womit dann ja auch alle parkprobleme beseitigt sind.
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