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... girls went shopping and I dinked
around putting new wipers on the motorhome and getting up on the roof and
trying to find out what is wrong with my Jack antennae and or my digital to
analogue converter. This in particular is driving me nuts, and I cannot figure
it out. What is the wrong component? Which one should I be replacing? Going to
try Wal-Mart for a new converter, as I know I can take it back. Not knowing when
the girls were coming back I ...
... Actually the baked potato
I shared with Angie would have been plenty for a lunch of $6.99, but the shrimp
made it $12.50 for 2. A damn good deal and we were stuffed. Next time stick to
Tuesday a bunch of us from the park went out to the
Riverside Club on the Rio Grande River, just east of Reynosa Mx. This is also a
wonderful looking bar and grill that is famous for its Schnitzel dinner served
on Saturday along with an ...
... beauties for $12.00. We were a group of 10 or so and everyone participated in the manicures, for me it was the first time, but will not be the last. I enjoyed every minute of it, as they cleaned the over grown fungus on my toes.
Now, as always these trips are interspersed with the consumption of large amounts of margaritas, cervesa, and copulas amounts of food. The border is only around 20 k from the park, and you leave your vehicle in the parking lot on the US side and walk ...
Had to drive to San Jose to fly to Texas ... and the airline tickets were still over $800. The San Jose airport was a mess with construction; ugh. Flight to Houston was on time, which was amazing, considering the thunderstorms which were reported in the area. We had an hour layover in Houston, which was the perfect amount ...