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Travel Blogs from Cleburne
... for the timber", which dramatically shows a group of cowboys and vaqueros fleeing for their lives from a band of Apache warriors.
The museum also houses a great many pieces by American artists through history, and to be honest, the majority of it does nothing for me. Like I said in the title "I may not know art, but I know what I like."
... was first shot.
We milled about a bit, listening to a conspiracy guy telling us about how much the government has lied to us, he proved his point by showing some very gruesome "autopsy" photos. Whether he made his point or not, he put more than a few tourists off their brekky. We also spoke briefly to a man who, as a child was present in the crowd, and claimed to have seen the infamous "second shooter" on the Grassy Knoll. He was ...
... into flames, much to everyone's amusement.
However, the best was yet to come. RODEO! We went to Cowtown Colleseum, which is the site of the earliest indoor rodeo in the world. Strangely, for someone who loves old westy stuff, I had never been to a rodeo. The next two hours were great fun. I loved it!
It was a long night by the time we got home, but it was a great night. I love Texas
... and stowed our gear in the room we had take over from their grandson. He didn't seem to mind too much and showed it by cooking us a big dinner on the BBQ.
During this time, Sam took the opportunity to make a new best friend. Dan's dog Max, an aging Labrador took a shine to her. Pretty much the only way I could get any of his attention was by bribing him with food, and that was a 50/50 proposition at best.
All in all, not a bad ...
... great things. Which is very similar to the way I felt when I first moved to Arkansas. So if this trip will be anything like the past year then there's a great albeit bumpy journey ahead. I'm so blessed to be able to not only experience an opportunity like this but also be of service to others while I'm there. But before anything happens I gotta get some sleep....the journey begins in a few hours :)