The Palm Cabanas
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... of Mild Pancreatitis of unknown cause, and with direction to avoid all spicy foods, caffeine, and alcohol. So we're sticking to that, and so far, he's been doing quite well today, without any pain pills taken.
I spent almost 8 full hours online today doing the loan application and pulling all the required proof of income reports from our CU, bank, and brokerage house. EXHAUSTING!
Ready to turn in for the night!
One of the many man made lakes in Texas (they only have one natural lake and share it with Louisiana (Caddo Lake). Someone had the great idea to enable persons with limited mobility the opportunity to fish. We went to visit an old friend of Mike (Aubrey) they were married to sisters at one stage of their lives. Later on our trip we were informed Aubrey had passed over. We felt he had hung on to see Mike again. This was the sad part of our trip till the next one. ...
... As the three of us strolled we talked about our families and our boys. We didn’t need to relive the old military years; we had done all that a few years ago, yet I will be forever thankful to him for me coming home.
High Tea at at the Botanical Garden was amazing. The room was beautiful and the food outstanding. I didn't think the guys would get filled up on the finger sandwichs, but we were full when the meal was over. I did purchase some tea for the ...
Well, we're finally here!! Landed in Dallas this afternoon after a stop over in LA. Took us about 4 hours to sort out the rental car pick up, and our new phones. After a couple of frustrating phone calls it's all finally up and running -yay! Drove about an hour from the airport, East, and staying at a motel for the night.So far, so ...
Not much to tell about our campground for the night. It was an unreserved stop off of I-20 just east of Dallas. It suited us fine for just an overnight however, the campground had very little else to offer.
We got a decent start to finish our I-20 eastward track to Shreveport. From there, south on I-49 to Lafayette then the final leg to Baton Rouge.