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... t leave until about 4 when I went out for a walk!. Tonight we met three couples from Renegades for dinner. On the way "home" we thought it was starting to rain because something was hitting the windshield. Turned out it was bugs, lots and lots of bugs. They almost covered the windshield. Not sure what we will be doing tomorrow, but thinking of driving down to Longview and Kilgore. We'll make that decision tomorrow morning.
Nice slow start to the day.
Checked out ~11:00am and rode to Dave's place at Corinth.
Dave took me and the kids to the Country Club Pool for a swim and general relaxing after he had to work all day. Well some people do have to work! Jeff also joined us and we cooled off nicely from ...
... well as World Champion Cowboys including Lane Frost (the subject of the movie 8 SECONDS). We didn't know anything about some of these things until I picked up some information here at the campground once we returned. We did know about the Frisco Depot Museum, but it is closed on Sunday. Oh well, maybe next time we're in this area.
So off we continued to Paris, TX where we went in search of the "Eiffel ...
... much to catch up on!
At the site of the school, Bel and Wes explored the storm cellar still standing and the ruins. Great photo opts there.
On Sat Barbra asked if we would spend the night at her house so we could visit some more. I hated to impose as she was really not feeling well but couldn’t say no. Barbra had food for us, and gave us her bed to sleep in. We stayed up talking until nearly 2am.
What a ...
... children were 4 and under with my grandmother being 1 year old. I have to wonder how horrible it was for her, to think that she might be dying with these 4 little kids around.
There is a sign printed on a cardboard in the church. The average age of death in the 1800’s was about 25 years old for that area. Wow! That is so young. I must remember to be thankful for modern medicine.
Bel and I took our photos, paid ...