Comfort Inn Cedar Park
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I know SF well and it was fun to share with Terry some of my favorite places, like Buena Vista Cafe and Tadich Grill. Tadich Grill celebrates 166 years of being a restaurant this year! It was a beautiful day in SF and we walked many miles. I experienced a new thing while there....climbed to the top of Coit Tower! Terry always gives me a challenge when traveling with her. I must have taken 30 pictures of flowers!
... times the size. There are stuffed bison, and goats, and wolves, and coyotes, and hares, and giant brown bears, and rattlesnakes, and white-tailed deer, a polar bear for crying out loud, and beavers, and foxes, and … all arranged around an in-store mountain, and surrounded by guns. Lots and lots of guns. And kayaks, and tents, with all the camping equipment imaginable. Food dehydrators, and braziers, and juice makers. There´s an aquarium, laser target ...
Fans - There was a bit of a somber tone in the stadium at pregame due to the passing of Darrell Royal, but that quickly wore off once the game started. The Texas fans stood the majority of the game cheering for their defense, and being appropriately quiet when their offense was on the field. They also have a fantastic tradition of remaining quiet and holding up the hook 'em horns symbol while there is an injured player on the ...
What an adventure we had yesterday! Mom and dad picked me up in McKinney, and we were off to the airport, after carefully moving a couple things from my bag to theirs. My bag always goes over the 50 lb limit, some might say I have a problem. Anyhoo, mom and dad somehow had copies amounts of room in their checked bag. So nice to be traveling with family. Using last year's European excursion, I had to manage all my kasey stuff for two weeks in ...
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