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Travel Blogs from Raymondville
... and the dad said to me as they were heading into the tent, "If someone takes the stroller, I guess they needed it more!". That made me smile.
We had two birthday kids at two shows today! Yesterday, a kid had his whole party at the show, so all of his friends came with him and his mom bought them all cotton candy. Today's birthday kids had both chosen the circus as their birthday present so I made sure that John M. (our ringmaster) had their names ...
... more then this, seats around 100 outside, 40 in the bar, and standing for
another 50 either inside or out. Country Nelson Jr. and his band were playing,
and they are all Mexican and play a great mix of country and Mexican tunes, we
were a little out of place, as it is mostly Winter Texan couples, and they are
all up dancing and partying. There are also a bunch of “old” fatboy bikers that
hang out here, and I am not talking about the bikes. ...
It hasn't just been me; most everyone I talked to on the lot were having an off day today. We couldn't really pinpoint it...the weather was nice, the lot is big and roomy (though it has very little grass cover so we're all anticipating getting stuck in the mud after the weekend storms blow through), and the jump was only 20 minutes.
So when I'm stressed, I eat. But I don't have very many groceries since cookhouse feeds me so after doing ...
This lot is so tiny! I have no idea how Alex and Tavo managed to fit us all on here, but they did. Despite some random concrete building material and a huge semi-trailer with a political ad on the lot, they wedged us all in here and only had to put the pony ride and portable toilets across a side street onto a different empty lot. We're parked right on the corner of two streets with our front bumper only a few inches away from a stop sign. It was supposed to get up to ...
Why is it that after you have a birthday everyone asks, “Do
you feel any older”? Why is it that you lie and say no? The next biggest thing
it seems is, at least in a 55-year plus park, “How old are you, 42?” Well no
for f sakes I’m in a 55 plus park, should be your answer. I think along with
Angie's help, everyone knows how old I am by now, and I don’t keep it a ...