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... letting it be". How can we expect true evil to ever cease, if we as a collective race can't even live in tranquility. Why cant we just be happy for the success of our peers , and show empathy for the loses instead of jealousy for success and a morbid sneer to those who fall? Are we really that self centered and competitive now? I believe in healthy competition and finding your way on an individual basis. I do not believe in bringing others down just because you don't agree ...
Today started with eating and ended with eating. It's the last day of the rally and it is usually a very slow day. Started the day with breakfast. Lots of variety. They had breakfast burritos, donuts, cut up fruit and cereal. That is going to be a hard act for us to follow next month (Bob & I are wagon-masters next month and it will be our responsibility to figure out all the meals). After the morning meal, ...
... even though travel is my destiny and adventure runs through my veins, I don't deserve to have a life in paradise unless I can help others find their own. The aircraft is making its descent and we have to bring our seats back to their upright position. I'm sad my day trip is coming to an end, but deep inside me I can feel a fire starting.... It's telling me that this is just the beginning of a story that will be ...
... Randle and then came back home in time to get ready for Adjustment Hour and dinner. Now we're back home and I'm writing this while Bob is sleeping and Big Bang Theory is on. As you can see, we lead such exciting lives! Tomorrow is the business meeting after breakfast and then nothing until dinner. Maybe we can bum a ride ...
... decided on a 36oz Ribeye, I decided on a 12 oz Ribeye but with some encouragement from Matt I ordered a 18oz. The steaks were cooked to perfection and needless to say after the giant steaks, two sides and a bread roll each we struggled to finish our beers. We headed off soon after, though not before having a short lie down in Lola to recover. We didn't need dinner that evening nor did I need breakfast the following day.
The next morning we drove to the Fort Worth Stockyards for ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed