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Here at Larry's for some improvements.
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On the way today, we had lunch at Cotton Patch Cafe in Palestine. It was pretty ...
... a test drive was not in the cards. We spent more time gonig over the inside with a fine tooth comb, and went back in to talk to them. Ended up putting earnest money on it, and as we drove home in the torrential downpours (with Greg not feeling a whole lot better, although his fever was gone), we got more and more excited that we'd found our new home. We got back here around 4 o'clock, picked up Greg's medical records, ...
Left Austin about 10am with a nice send-off from the family. Drove north up I-35 until Waco, then turned northeast. Stopped at Collins Street Bakery in Waco and got a really delicious sandwich, plus a blueberry angel food cake, and some coffee. Jumped rope for a few minutes, then continued on highway 31 (much prettier than 35). Went through Corsicana, Athens, Sulphur Springs. Short break in ...
... 23/11), we were leaving Ennis, Tx race and heading to Reading, Pa......so funny thing when we were heading here we passed a Maingate truck heading to Ennis (Dallas) Tx. race, and a few race haulers......the only difference between then and now ALL my expenses is being payed for and getting paid to have some fun and of course a different ...
... to church (for the first time in a long while!) at Chris and Gladys' Episcopal church in Pittsburg. A lot of Brits have the image of Texas as being super Christian and the churches being super intimidating (which I think would be putting it nicely). However, Episcopal churches are cut from the same cloth as the Church of England (and even uses a book of common prayer and many of the same hymns) and I actually felt quite at home there :-) the priest was ...