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This was an easy day for us. It was another blazing hot day in the Fort Worth area, so we kept it simple.
Dan has similar tastes to myself, so he took us to the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. This museum houses a number of original works by the most famous "western" artists Charles M Russell and Frederic Remington. Between them, these ...
... was first shot.
We milled about a bit, listening to a conspiracy guy telling us about how much the government has lied to us, he proved his point by showing some very gruesome "autopsy" photos. Whether he made his point or not, he put more than a few tourists off their brekky. We also spoke briefly to a man who, as a child was present in the crowd, and claimed to have seen the infamous "second shooter" on the Grassy Knoll. He was ...
The day started when Dan announced that we were going to go and find some of the local geocaches that Sam had looked up online the night before. For those who are not aware, geocaching is a fun little pastime in which people who have no friends use a GPS to find "caches" left by other people with no friends.
While we drove to our first location, Sam outlined her usual geocaching tactics. In a nutshell, it basically ...
Our flight from New Orleans to Dallas Fort Worth was pretty non descript. We landed and I lost Sam fairly early in the piece, as the wheelchair guy whisked her off toward the baggage claim area while I made a quick pit stop.
When I made it down to the baggage area, I was greeted by a good friend of ours and fellow writer, Dan and his lovely wife Linda. They whisked us away from the airport in a truck so large that it had a ...
... a half, and it took us two and a half hours. We had only given ourselves two hours in there because we needed to hit the road. When we got out of the cavern, the sky was ominous. We were concerned about rain. It stayed overcast all the way to Weatherford, Tx. Luckily no rain, but we did battle very high winds the whole way back .We wore the sidewalls off our tires. So exhausting. Wendi's final comment when we turned the ...