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Today we went in search of the Fort Worth Aviation Museum, near Meacham Airport. We first found the Vintage Air Museum, but they were closed on Monday. We searched again, and finally found the Fort Worth Aviation museum (includes the OV-10 Bronco museum), but it was also closed on Monday. They had both been open on Sunday, but we didn't know they were only open on weekends, and we got into ...
... formerly known as the Confederate Air Force) in Midlands, TX, but they are closed on Sunday.
So now we are in Fort Worth. We have a comfortable suite at the Navy Gateway Inn and Suites at NAS Fort Worth (formerly Carswell AFB). We found a barbecue place for supper after we checked in - Dickey's Pit Barbecue. The food was good and plentiful, though a little more informally served than one would expect for the price.
... are no bigger than regular plane, almost seem more cramped. Hearing the people next to us speaking German makes it real. Pilot also. It is almost 6 pm but really 1 am in Germany. Probably should try to sleep? Update: Made the 9 hour flight but neither of us got any sleep. Now in Frankfurt waiting for our one hour flight to Berlin. So far lots ...
After breakfast we were off again. First we drove through the old Fort Wolters. They have used a lot of the old buildings as business warehouses but also have revamped several and people now live in them. After that short drive, we made our way into town to visit the Crazy Water store. Crazy Water comes from a couple of the mineral wells in this area. There are four levels of water, just water, low medium and high. The story goes that in the mid 1800's, a woman with dementia was ...
Sad day - We departed. The Angels headed East 400+ miles and the children headed south for their 700 mile journey back home to south Texas. Wendi and I went to the Carlsbad Caverns first thing this morning. Park opens at 8am and we took the first elevator down the 750ft cavern. Words and the couple photos that turned out just don't do it justice. We hadn't been there since we were very little. We walked one cavern, which was a ...