Travel Blogs from Waco, United States

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Birthday Texas style, Waco, United States travel blog

Birthday Texas style

A travel blog entry by janda

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Today is Darcy's 10th birthday! She started her birthday out right with a new birthday tradition from her cousins in Texas. On their birthdays they get to eat donuts for breakfast. So Darcy and the other kids all ate donuts for breakfast! YUM! (OK I ...

Dr.Who?, Waco, United States travel blog

Dr.Who?

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... very short ramps feeding the Freeway; knowing that it was our turn to yield should an 18 wheeler come careering off, we made our way into Waco. If you recall we had chatted to a chap in the hot tub at the camp site on Mustang Is. who had told us about ...

Wild Texas Weather!, Waco, United States travel blog

Wild Texas Weather!

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads

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... Presidential era. It's a great opportunity for child and adult to experience our country's heritage--it's trials and dilemmas.  Waco, Texas Habitat For Humanity has been a most challenging time!  Our weather has been most extreme, but the work ...

Church Under the Bridge, Waco, TX, United States travel blog

Church Under the Bridge

A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey

... over the course of the next semester, we intend to bring you more and higher quality pictures of our travels! We stayed in Waco this weekend, not only because it was the closest city to our Monday school, but also because we were interested in attending ...

Moving house..., Waco, United States travel blog

Moving house...

A travel blog entry by eddieandwendy

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... to listen to the warnings. Six people were killed just 20 miles from us. Apparently the line of tornadoes were heading straight for Waco, but changed course, thank f*&% for that! Made damn sure we knew where the tornado shelter was in the RV park. ...

LSCOL - Day 5 - Dallas to Waco, Waco, United States travel blog

LSCOL - Day 5 - Dallas to Waco

A travel blog entry by cindysellsjohns

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... miles and unload our bikes to ride the last 16 miles to our event. Kevin Fisk, one of our riders who is from Waco, had arranged for an escort by the Sheriff's Department.  We met the three deputies at a convenience store and they provided ...

Sep 03, 2012, Waco, United States travel blog

Sep 03, 2012

A travel blog entry by rollie13

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Trip total - 13,455 miles, Waco, United States travel blog

Trip total - 13,455 miles

A travel blog entry by dlpool

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... , Jesse has decided that he will just put up with the discomfort a bit longer.  Wonder why? September 20, 2009 (Sunday) – Waco, TX (145 miles) With hugs and kisses to the family, we headed south to visit our daughter, Shannon, and her ...

My Home Town, Waco, United States travel blog

My Home Town

A travel blog entry by amyo1027

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... Airport. It allowed me to be close to my family, build relationships with great friends, and give to my community as a volunteer. Waco, Texas. My Home Town. It's appropriate that this is where this Travel Blog begins!!! * I attended/graduated ('91) from ...

Airport Park COE/The Waco Race, Waco, United States travel blog

Airport Park COE/The Waco Race

A travel blog entry by loriwatkins

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... popups in the other RV area. Our neighbors were nice, and there were two other sets of campers there that were also racing the Waco race. We were in camp site 21. The race was good, but difficult. I'm happy to have finished. The Race Organizers were ...

Restricted Access, Waco, United States travel blog

Restricted Access

A travel blog entry by hahansen

Went to Fort Hood today.  It took an hour to get on to base.  I was actually relieved - because as I recall, the first time I ever drove out to Fort Hood - in 1997 with my pop - I just remember the sudden realization that I was ON A MILITARY ...

Day 15 - Last day in Waco, Nebraska, Waco, United States travel blog

Day 15 - Last day in Waco, Nebraska

A travel blog entry by baldmagicguy

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Last morning to sleep in.  We enjoyed it.  We got up, had breakfast, and then emptied the gray water tank..... again. We headed into York, Nebraska to do some more Geocaching.  I realized that I hadn't taken any pictures, thus far, of the ...

"Home Sweet Home"

A travel blog entry by rlpayne6

Happy New Year, dear friends and family!  No, I'm not stranded in a sketchy train depot between Sarajevo and Budapest.  I made it back to Calif. in time for Thanksgiving after my crazy Fall 2007 trip.  I'm sorry I failed miserably at ...

A Great Start For The Weekend, Waco, United States travel blog

A Great Start For The Weekend

A travel blog entry by 2texastravelers

Our Hill Country weekend began Thursday night at the Baylor / Oklahoma football game at Floyd Casey Stadium in Waco. Our Bears broke open a close game late in the first half and ran away with a convincing 41-12 win over the Sooners in front of a sold out ...

The Gay Spider and a Donut Bigger Than Your Head, Waco, United States travel blog

The Gay Spider and a Donut Bigger Than Your Head

A travel blog entry by nickomahoney

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Heading North now, through Austin and towards Waco En route hit a giant spider sculpture                   Austin was next on the list, however that's one place that really, really isn't meant for cars, ...

Home, Waco, United States travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by kavanagh.jc

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... air time at the senior roast." I chose to sit outside while they went in, remembering the last time I was here in Waco was Thanksgiving. I remembered the headline on Black Friday, "Man Gets Trampled to Death by Mob of Shoppers." I was also ...

Cameron Park Zoo, Waco, United States travel blog

Cameron Park Zoo

A travel blog entry by globeplodder

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We travelled out to Waco today and drove through the town which appeared eerily abandoned, however, the primary purpose of the todays trip was to visit Cameron Park Zoo. Cameron Park Zoo is committed to conservation and assisting animals ...

Promised myself I would never return, Waco, United States travel blog

Promised myself I would never return

A travel blog entry by lexicon.

This time I will hold to it. Still cant be Healthburger, and the mild heart-seizures that come with it. It was great to see old buddy Denton and his family. If he would actually get the hell out of that town, might actually visit him more often (joking, ...

Baylor shows off athleticism, mauls SMU, Waco, United States travel blog

Baylor shows off athleticism, mauls SMU

A travel blog entry by highway2gameday

... quarterback Nick Florence Sunday night in a 52-24 drubbing of the visiting Southern Methodist Mustangs at Floyd Casey Stadium in Waco, TX. Florence may not have the athleticism or star power of his Heisman trophy winning predecessor, Griffin III, but the ...

Waco - smallest theater ever!, Waco, United States travel blog

Waco - smallest theater ever!

A travel blog entry by ericalee

We played in Waco tonight... and it was seriously the size of my high school stage!  They had more seats, but the stage was sooooo small!  There was hardly any wing space.  Our green room was in the next building!  They tried to bring ...

preparation is the key, Waco, United States travel blog

preparation is the key

A travel blog entry by jmpnjkflsh2005

... , so I will have to haul the thing up and down at the end of the day. The local fixed route system of the Waco Transit System has wheelchair lifts on every one of their busses so transportation is not a problem. Also, I have called the Beaureau of ...

We're pretty close now, Waco, United States travel blog

We're pretty close now

A travel blog entry by peposgreg

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... but the speed limit was still 75mph. Needless to say I was pulling over like crazy to let folks get by. Well we're in Waco Texas now just 1 1/2 hours from Austin and drive through Temple, where The Gourds are playing to get to Austin. I get to sleep in ...

Departing for Kenya, Waco, United States travel blog

Departing for Kenya

A travel blog entry by erincastillo

I am about to leave for Kenya. Here are a few links if you would like to learn more about the long-term agencies we will be partnering with while in Kenya. Buckner - http://www.buckner.org/world-kenya.shtml New Life Trust Home - ...

Day 13 - Ogallala to Waco, Nebraska, Waco, United States travel blog

Day 13 - Ogallala to Waco, Nebraska

A travel blog entry by baldmagicguy

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... miles long and is one of the largest earthen dams in the world.  It sure was impressive. We left Ogallala and headed for Waco, Nebraska; a 4 hour drive.  This would be our last stop before driving to Omaha and turn in the RV.  We stopped in ...

County City, Waco, TX, United States travel blog

County City

A travel blog entry by pandaxxl

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awsome trip, Waco, United States travel blog

awsome trip

A travel blog entry by danielleb3

i had a great time there were so many lights i eat the most best food i loveed ...

Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Waco, United States travel blog

Museum of Fine Arts Houston

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

... very focused collections and, as a result, while they have some areas with a lot of depth, there are also areas where the collection is very thin.  After I finished seeing the museum I headed toward Amarillo.  I stopped in Waco for the night. ...

EMILY, Waco, United States travel blog

EMILY

A travel blog entry by txcutiepie

Dr Rister of waco, induced me feb 2nd. five hours later my daughter was born. alot of family and friends were there to see her. i was soo happy. Jeremy and I are soo happy and blessed with her.  we stayed at his dads a few days after being ...

We're on our way!, Waco, United States travel blog

We're on our way!

A travel blog entry by ravfam

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... Waffle House and Whataburger and Grandy's. The girls all fell asleep and Tad and I enjoyed the quiet drive. We checked into the Waco Hilton, right across the street from Baylor, dropped our stuff in the room and hit the restaurant. In the lobby area, a ...

Day 14 - Waco, Nebraska, Waco, United States travel blog

Day 14 - Waco, Nebraska

A travel blog entry by baldmagicguy

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Nice easy day today.  No driving.  We went walking.  There were 2 Geocaches in the area.  We found one and found the location for the other but did not find the Geocache.  It was back somewhere near a creek and there was heavy ...

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