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... away. We dumped our tanks and washed our windows, but after washing the windows, we realized they just made the rest of the motorhome look dirtier. We were going to fill up on propane again but it was sprinkling when we left and we didn't want the rain to hit before we got back to the lot. Our lot is all dirt and very little/no grass cover so it's going to be a huge mud pit when it does finally rain.
After we got back, I stretched out and ...
... on the ground. More power too them! As a
post script, it is still warm, but the day has dropped into the toilet.
As for us, we continue on here in Paradise, and this week we
toured out to Los Ebanos where there is the last running hand pulled ferry,
which transports 3 cars at a time, 100’ across the Rio Grande River, and I may
be exaggerating. Now, and it blows the mind, Homeland Security has built a
Million dollar plus ...
... that was letting all of the compressed air out; thus no spray. He did his best to fix it in the short amount of time we had before the show but it wouldn't work. In about ten minutes, he and I frantically brainstormed to come up with a new middle part to the gag and with the help of a prop Ryan is letting John borrow this season, we were able to come up with an idea. He didn't have time to rehearse it, but we made sure to let the prop crew, ...
... working well at the library anyway, so I’m glad we didn’t. Neither of us slept well the night before so it was nice to relax a little bit, catch up on some chores around the house, and prepare for the show.
Emilie came to visit in the afternoon and we hung out until we realized that more time had passed than we thought (it was 4pm when she left), so we scrambled to get the props reset and ticket boxes set up at the front gates in time. ...
... excited (especially since Ryan has a seven month old tiger this season). It’s really lovely to be a part of people’s traditions.
During the second show, a woman and her one year old son ended up hanging out at the gate for most of the first half talking with me. Her son was overwhelmed by the sounds and lights, so she stepped out with him to calm him down. She said she’s been bringing her family to Kelly Miller for seven years ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center