Americas Best Value Inn - Buda
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... conversation that lead up to her question, the girl's eyes rolled back and she turned to the others and said like shields of ignorance came crashing down from in front of their eyes, "MISSUS Claus!" and the others let out a collective "Ahhh!" like every piece of their puzzle finally fell right into place.
During one of the open houses as I was sitting and receiving a line of people, a boy who was no older than four came ...
... two lenses - you will see with the great photos to come.
4 pairs of Jeans, 7 blouses, 2 sweaters, 1 rain jacket, unmentionables (enough that I will not go for the inside out strategy mentioned above), sleepwear, a computer, a kindle, a Nixon D90 camera and 2 lenses. A rain jacket and blanket. Batteries and such small items were packed in a small bag.
No news on the food yet, that will come!!
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So did not sleep very well last night.....trying to get used to the Texas heat again........funny going through cold weather back to the hot weather......just have to get used to it. So we pick up the car tomorrow and it's off to San Antonio....for a at least a 2 week vaction before we go back to work....so nothing else is going on.....nothing exciting happening today (except the ****** traffic through Austin).....anyway CYA down the ...
Described by some as “ machinery in need of lubrication,” if you hear a rapid-fire ki-ki-ki, repeated about 12 times, watch out; a grackle is about to come courting. Look for a black bird, about 18 inches long, with a bit of iridescent purple on his head, making rattling, squeaking, whistling noises, and definitely in charge of things. It’s a grackle, part of the soundtrack of ...
... day took us to the growing city of Fort Stockton, TX. It was a sleepy, devoid, town when we first visited years ago. Now it is chockablock with hotels, restaurants and even a WalMart. It’s the only sizable place in the 200 miles from El Paso to Ozona, and so it is a logical overnight for many other than us. This night, though, the town was packed with visitors but we never found out what if anything special was going on. We ate at our usual place, K-Bob’s, ...