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Travel Blogs from Glen Rose
... motorbikes helped their concentration levels much.
We left the food area at 20:45 to go to the hotel and after checking in, we all had our obligatory beer in the communal area - I keep telling everyone that LJ and Dave are corrupting me by letting me drink beer as I am too young, but actually I am a 22 years old and have been drinking the occasional beer for a few years now - ROCK N ROLL! Everyone left within about 30 minutes of ...
... to the campground. Very low water made them easy to see. It's like walking on water. Except that there wasn't any. Lunch was hamburgers with, you guessed it, no cheese. And we would have bunless if it wasn't for Nana and Pepaw. There was a moment of panic when I thought I had forgotten the charcoal but alas, Super Scott to the rescue. It was in the outside storage. Lunch was followed by a rousing game of 'toss the empty water bottle into the trash can' orchestrated by none other than ...
... Cheetahs who watched out for him (and we think humans are the only ones that can develop caring friendships).
We saw lots of stunningly handsome Sable Antelope, which we had not seen the day before, and were able to get up close and personal with a few Zebras and Ostriches. Babs also had lots to share about the land and its history, which only got prettier as we went along. Towards the end of the tour, we entered the ...
One more race in the books. This time we stayed at Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose, TX, which was about 4 miles from the race location. The park looked promising, with some actual dinosaur fosills and such. However, the camp spots were WAY WAY WAY too close together. We were in spot 34, and there were 3 picknic tables within 20 square feet. When we went to settle down for the night, the neighbors one spot over were just talking quietly by their fire ...
... had Texas style BBQ for us after the event. It was an early supper (about 4:00 PM). We had a long drive to Cilborne and lots of laundry to do, not to mention the team meeting and Gary, the team captains awards for the day. I call them no award awards because you don't actually get anything only a little recognition and usually a lot of laughs. The first award today was the Gone to the Dog's award which went to Holly ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility