Being a Road Warrior is fun…
I’m typing this up from our temporary home at the Sleep Inn in Fort Stockton, Texas. It’s well more than halfway between Phoenix, where we started and Austin, Texas where we wind up for My Lead System Pro’s Live The Dream event.
This native New Yorker/Connecticut transplant and his wife are having a blast! Take a looksie…
The view from our balcony at the J.W. Marriott resort in Phoenix. We were there for the kickoff event of Tecademic. That’s a whole separate story, but it appears as if Internet Marketing education is about to take a giant leap forward.
My favorite morning meditation and Tai Chi spot…the cactus garden at the J.W.
Part of the Tecademics leadership team. That’s Chris Record in the orange hat, in front of the 90 foot screen. Those guys put on a serious show…
…including Dee Dee, a licensed massage therapist who was available free of charge to the participants. This was us at the VIP party on Saturday night. Magic hands, amazing energy!
On the road to Austin. Love those signs that point all over. Great jerky too! We went with the traditional western beef, though the ostrich jerky was tempting.
Ended the first night of travel in Las Cruces, New Mexico, where I finally got to try the elusive green chile cheeseburger. ‘Twas worth the wait.
Sierra Blanca, Texas, a couple of hours east of El Paso. This was a crazy ghost town, only it still had people in it.
And a really good authentic Mexican restaurant. Huevos Rancheros Mexicano. Taste buds are still settling down. It was interesting to see and hear the locals.
A little Tai Chi at an abandoned truck stop on the way out of town. The location was crazy and profound.
Rolling into Fort Stockton to wrap up Day Number Two. The woman at the hotel didn’t love the idea of Dickey’s…you could tell from her face. But Diane and I dug it! The pulled pork was just right.
Good night world. See ya tomorrow!