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... us immediate seating. It worked! We bypassed at least forty people. Jardin Nelson was charming, with seating under the stars, live music and an interesting menu. I just couldn't resist having French onion soup paired with a Caesar salad. Don chose an Asian salad with shrimp. (And a bottle of wine, of course!) I was feeling very French, for just a moment.
We fell into bed after a long and busy day.
The fun has just begun...
... We go early to catch the museum/heritage centre and run into a small festival. Max is well away when you can pull the rope for the bell on the old steam engine and ride the oil drum train as well as get up close as a 100 car freight train goes by.
Our train ride goes smoothly and is actually early in Fort Worth & Dallas. Maybe not surprisingly, we get the same coach attendant as on the way done - her name tag read T. Booker, so Booker T it was.
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Thursday sees us at the Cavalry Horse detachment heritage show and the little Killeen festival in the afternoon, where our novelty value makes the local press http://kdhnews.com/gallery/news/train-r ide/image_5c65e16e-ea9f-11e4-be33-fbafd 9aa69bd.html and http://kdhnews.com/multimedia/videos/ne ws/celebrate-killeen-opening-day/youtub e_0f786003-143a-581a-9846-ab277a6641be. html?mode=jqm
... Beans & Rice dish. We joined them about 5 pm and visited around the fire a bit before we ventured inside to eat. We were joined by David & Linda McKee. It was a very nice group and the fellowship was very nice.
After dinner, we ventured back outside for a short while to sit by the fire. Even though Bob & Marilyn are not fulltime, they spend about 6 months out of the year in their 5er. ...
... the co-founder of ESPN. He tells me he just bought a place nearby and is moving there with his wife shortly. She has stage 4 cancer and has always wanted to live in Texas so he said there was no question, they were moving to Texas for her last days. He said he has no idea of why she has always dreamt of living in Texas, maybe she watched too many westerns or something but she has always talked about it even though she has never visited Texas. ...
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