Baker St. Harbour, Waterfront Bed and Breakfast
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... for the timber", which dramatically shows a group of cowboys and vaqueros fleeing for their lives from a band of Apache warriors.
The museum also houses a great many pieces by American artists through history, and to be honest, the majority of it does nothing for me. Like I said in the title "I may not know art, but I know what I like."
... of what he saw, so who is to judge? The Warren Commission, that's who!
After this little bit of proud Texas history, the women went their own way and we gentlemen went on to a genuine American gun show. I don't care what your views on guns are, so I won't open the floor for questions and comments. The place was huge and it was full of nice things I can't afford. We were there a few hours but by the time the place was closing for the day, I ...
... which had once been Fort Worth's cattle saleyards. Now it dealt with a new kind of cattle - tourists. The place is bristling with souvenir shops and restaurants. We visited the Cowtown museum, which had historical artifacts and
carriages and carts and such.
During dinner, Sam and our hosts thought it was great fun to goad me into eating a jalapeno pepper. I took the tiniest nibble and my tongue ...
... and stowed our gear in the room we had take over from their grandson. He didn't seem to mind too much and showed it by cooking us a big dinner on the BBQ.
During this time, Sam took the opportunity to make a new best friend. Dan's dog Max, an aging Labrador took a shine to her. Pretty much the only way I could get any of his attention was by bribing him with food, and that was a 50/50 proposition at best.
All in all, not a bad ...
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 ...