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... clouds which hovered around, being pushed
by the constant easterly wind that blows off of the Gulf of Mexico. That being
the case, Angie made chicken soup for dinner on Monday from the carcass of the
Sam’s Club chicken we had picked up last week for $4.99. Now this is a great
deal for us. I cut and tear up the chicken from the carcass once we get it home
and separate it in bag, white and dark meat. It can blow you away as to how
much meat is on ...
... figure it out I am rejected again. Then having
screwed up, there I go blaming myself again, I am told I have been ejected and
I have to call in. There begins a humbling experience for an old man.
All right, who comes up with these questions, some 20 year
old something that graduated with a Bugger All, and spends his or her days
punching keys on her cel phone and relating all of her sexual experiences on Facebook?
Common, what was your mother’s ...
These words of Bob Dylan ring true this month.
We arrived here at Paradise South on October 24th, we filed a claim with the insurance company for the accident we had in Dallas to get our motorhome fixed and on our way to Mexico. We never imagined that we would still be here on Dec. 10th. Having a motorhome repaired is not anything like a car.
First we had to find a collision shop that would work on a motorhome, the insurance company helped us with ...
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 ...