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... but Hugo is another story. Hugo is called "Circus City, USA" because three traveling circuses winter there (we have never heard of any of them-Carson & Barnes, Kelley-Miller & Culpepper-Merryweather). Hugo is also home to the Endangered Ark Foundation which is a private, non-profit which provides a retirement ranch for circus elephants (Asian). Also there is a cemetery where a lot of circus performers are ...
... re also watching/listening to the TV still trying to figure out how to get the stupid thing to work correctly!! We've even tried watch DISH ANYWHERE, but keep getting this message that the receiver at home is not connected to the internet. Guess we'll have to have Rodney check it and see and we don't have the right cables to hook the laptop to the TV.
Today we did a little sight seeing. 2 yrs ago when we came this way from Sedalia, ...
... out. That would have been a very bad mess. While we were waiting to pull in when the person finished, someone else pulled in the same place, so we ended up driving a little further up 281 to Burnet. As it turned out, it was a better situation because the station has a very large parking area and we were able to hook up easily.
We were back on the way by 9:45, so we were still ahead since normally we leave a place about 10:00. We have learned that you can't ...
... the rain got heavier. This town is on the bucket list for next time.
Rained all day and we mostly stayed on back roads instead of the interstate for the first half. Once we realized that the rain was not going to let up we hopped on the interstate and headed south towards Dallas.
... farm and I lived in a small suburban area only a mile apart from each other. There seemed to be an overwhelming number of boys of the same age in this neighborhood--"baby boomers". For all us boys to play our sandlot sports the farm chores were always a priority, work first, play later. Looking back, we both saw farm chores as a bonding venture, however, he saw them as work, I saw them as fun. I was the one who didn't have to live on ...