Americas Best Value Inn - Weslaco
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Travel Blogs from Weslaco
... he could wish them both a happy birthday.
In between the second and third show, I glanced over at the camel ride to see an elderly woman sitting on the camel and laughing as she enjoyed her ride. You couldn't help but smile and laugh along with her.
A woman came out of the tent on the phone and asked me if this was our main entrance. I said yes it was and she was confused because two more people in her party were supposed to be at the show ...
... br> On a sad note, one of our favorite bars, The Ranch House
burnt to the ground on Wednesday night, 1 hour after they closed for the night.
This is a great loss to those of us who like Bluegrass Music and huge greasy
We also went to the east end of the valley, visiting
Brownsville and the King Tut exhibit in their museum. It was a good exhibit,
and Brownsville downtown by the border crossing has changed a lot from what it
... morning (and texting Jeremiah to let him know that we were going to be late for food), I stopped by the cookhouse and enjoyed an avocado/lemon/cheese/mayo sandwich with a little dash of salt. Amazingly wonderful. Jeremiah sent me home with more than enough avocado so that became my after show snack too.
This morning, Kayla, Jeremiah's girlfriend, John and I went to the laundromat in Edinburg that was near a Starbucks. Starting the day off with ...
... today, but we fell very short. It stayed in the 40s and overcast but at least we didn’t have the wind we’ve been having the last few days.
Cookhouse at 11am was in the open air and under some trees today…the trees are just tall enough that Jeremiah couldn’t set up our usual tent to eat under so we went without. Our lot has apparently also come with a family of stray dogs who live here. They quickly discovered where we eat and ...
This morning I awoke thinking about our target birds for the day...LEAST GREBE, RINGED and GREEN KINGFISHER. We set out for Santa Ana NWR early. Upon arriving we quickly noticed that today was going to be a challenge as the trails were quite muddy in the aftermath of what we call mini-hurricane South Texas (remember yesterday's entry?). Despite the deluge yesterday, much of the ponds were very low and I was a little concerned about how hard it would be ...