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... amp; fire departments were around quite a bit (which was appreciated every time I found a child who had lost his/her parents). I’m the kind of person who feels guilty around law enforcement even though I haven’t done anything wrong so that made for an anxious evening for no reason at all.
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... desk) ... "in case George Steinbrenner needed him"! The library/museum houses a wonderful children's library in a sun room of the building.
Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library and Museum, Austin, TX is located on the campus of University of Texas at Austin. Johnson was Vice President when President Kennedy was assassinated in 1963. He completed Kennedy's ...
... to about 90 f so the air conditioning in the shops was also welcome.
Once we left the interstate the drive into Bryan was charming. Here we saw the entrances to ranches, beef on the hoof and evidence of the oil industry in the occasional nodding donkey oil pump in a field. Everything looked green while on the verges we saw swathes of bluebonnets, the Texan spring flower which is so distinctive at this time of year.
Mary Lynne and ...
I was very excited to see Southfork in person and ready to document every minute of it for Chris. I really wished he could be there, but I suppose a secondhand account and some very thorough photos would have to do...at least for the time being.
On the drive to Parker, TX, it was mostly freeway until we took our exit and the landscape opened up! Talk about blue skies! Vegas has lots of clear, sunny days and vivid blue skies, but since it is ...
... you lemons, make lemonade" OK, I'm in. But when life gives you crosswinds what do you do with them? If you ride a bike, you deal with the wind. And you accept the fact that 90% of the time it feels like it's in your face. But if the winds are hard enough, even a crosswind saps your energy. You have to constantly lean into it and always be guarding against gusts that want to rip the bars from your hands. Whatever. I dealt with it.
Then I missed ...