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... I owned and shoved them inside the blinds as best as i could. It was a sloppy pain in the ass, but it worked enough to get me to sleep...for about 3 hours until I was woken by police sirens outside my window. Apparently some underage drunk kid plowed a car into another car at the stoplight. We were unable to leave the parking lot for over an hour. Ive never been so happy to leave a state line as I was then....
Next time, ill take my chances and sleep at the nearest truck ...
... acted alone. After reading all the evidence shown we came away with the conviction that Oswald was in fact the assassin, and that he acted alone.
In the evening we were invited to the home of Barbara and Mark Phelps, cousins of Jayne. After a horrific drive in rush hour traffic we arrived in Plano and spent a delightful evening with our hosts over steak dinners and wine.
Thursday morning ...
... services at a chiropractor. Several tense moments ensued when it just could not be found. The card was then cancelled. It was subsequently found and overnight Dolly received a text - it was in the pocket of a pair of pants.
The sunset was again stunning and the overnight restful.
On our way toward Amarillo!
... in the back of the truck and in a hurry we took off for the lake. We got about 25 yards and the dog decided to come with us...sans leash (my fault). So I snapped pix and Dolly chased after the dog that had picked up the scent of what some nearby campers were having for supper. In fact, we are staying another night here. Dolly and Susan are planning to get together this ...
... but aside from talking and asking a lot of questions and offering me his leftover onion rings (which I declined), he loved what little bit of the show he managed to see since he was leaving the tent every five minutes for a smoke. He kept forgetting to put out his cigarette before heading through my gate, so I’d remind him each time and he’d laugh and shake his head.
There was a chance of rain, but thankfully it didn’t hit. The ground was ...