Chicken Paradise Bed And Breakfast
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... accommodates me and Sonya makes her choice,mini tacos with a combo of vegetables and pineapple. We talk about weather,her work, my health,the Pearl brewery complex and family. Upcoming grandsons birthdays,a planned camping trip to Indian reservations, enjoying the atmosphere and the lemonade when our order arrives. Our eyes light up at the excellent presentation of our meals. Looking great and smelling better! We clink forks and dig in... Whoa,mine is sooooo ...
... nice, although an awful lot of restaurants, which also all seemed to be serving the biggest portions! We had a nice walk round, before heading back to camp. This morning we are heading to look round the Alamo, before heading to Austin. State count- 19 - New York - New Jersey - Pennsylvania - Ohio - Indiana - Illinois - Wisconsin - Minnesota - South Dakota - Wyoming - Montana - Idaho - Utah - Nevada - California - Arizona - Colorado - New Mexico - ...
... of Florida but sadly they soon turned in to straight as an arrow again, but a very enjoyable ride. It did get a bit to hot and humid during mid day and we nearly ran out of petrol again and then all of a sudden there was 7 petrol stations in a row.
The road kill out here is a tad different from the UK and often covered by vultures and it's hard to work out what it once was. Quite a few deer possibly raccoon as well ...
... of the Alamo we had a better understanding of how big it had once been.
At the Alamo we watched a 15 minute film explaining the Mexican siege of the garrison. On the 13th day the Texans were taken by surprise at 5am & it was all over in 90minutes. It's a very complicated history with years of ...
... the end of the Texas Revolution, they tore down many of the Alamo walls and burned some of the buildings.
For the next five years, the Alamo was periodically used to garrison
soldiers, both Texian and Mexican, but was ultimately abandoned. In