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... different parts of Texas look like.
Tom and I got unloaded after a long trip. It was supposed to be 4 1/2 hours according to my information when I was planning the trip. It was more like 6 1/2 hours. Long day and I am tired. It will be nice to sleep in my own bed tonight. I have PILES of laundry to do. It is never as much fun coming back as it is leaving.
We will need to get a list of things that need ...
- Just Drove for 89.9 miles
- It cost $16.75.
- Arrived in Cooper at 3pm
- Went to Cooper Lake State Park
- It cost me 5 dollars to get in
- Went on a hike and did a nature study
- Staying at the Double Tree Hotel for 2 nights, each night costs 85 dollars
- my total was $170.
- While I am here I will be going to the Delta County Fair
- Went to Target and bought tea, lunch meat and bars, cost me $12.20
... talked a bit to the salesman, but his offer of only $6-$7,000 on our beautiful Monaco Windsor in trade sure didn't sit well, and the coach we were looking at needed new tires and a new windshield.
On Wednesday, we got up early and drove the 4 hours (in the car) down to Houston, where there was a Safari Cheetah I had seen online that had an interesting floorplan...a small lot, which wasn't very impressive after ...
We bought a truck to carry the camper today! It needs a little work, but seems basically strong. Once we get it travel-ready, we need to go to Arizona to pick up the camper.
In other news today, we also decided to rent out our house (rather than selling), and selected a property management company.
A huge progress day!
... old home that was converted to an Italian themed B&B restaurant.
Dallas, Texas – The next day James, Caryn, and myself all walked the Dallas Botanical Gardens, and though it was a drizzly day it didn’t really make any difference. We had umbrellas and walked and talked through the puddles. Taking pictures was challenging the cameras because of not having much sun to work with; yet, the rain was welcome because of the draughty times Texas has ...