Comfort Inn Bossier City
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... and to talk to other people who know and love the OV-10 Bronco. I think the people at the museum we glad to meet another Bronco person, too.
After the museum, we headed east toward Shreveport, stopping for lunch and gas at... Costco!! Surprise! We stopped at an outlet mall on the way through Dallas and got in some more walking.
When we got to Shreveport, we checked into our hotel and asked for a recommendation for a local restaurant ...
... loose little money which was very unusual for him. He said he got it out of his system for another year. Heard freight train near by at night plus lots of birds chirping in the background. One night and on our way to Vicksburg, LA for site of many Civil War battles. Staying two ...
... should offer us fear. I mean this from
young to old, as a lot of young people also make sure they wave and show
respect. This was never more in evidence then it was in our stop in Blytheville
Arkansas, where I have never met more friendly people then we exchanged waves
at then anywhere else we have stopped over night. Its all good!
We had a great time with our friends from
Paradise in Karnack Texas, and with the two good old boys that we met, ...
... that takes you in at 10:00 and noon and picks you up at either 4:00 or 8:00 p.m. We take the 10 a.m. in and the 8 p.m. back. We had a nice walk around the town before we boarded a gray line tour for 2.5 hours around several of the hot spots of N'Alins. We stopped at one of the grave sites and walked around a bit, then to the 2nd largest park in the US, called Sculptures Park. It is huge and quite a wonderful thing for New Orleans. We then saw some of the ...
... to Leesburg, Florida as their Rector. The Trees are my nomination for the family of the century. Kathleen homeschools the five boys in addition to writing and teaching Sunday School curricula for children, managing the household, and roasting coffee beans for the best coffee I ever tasted.
Tom is busy with all the duties of a Rector on the one hand, and doing his share in raising an amazing family on ...