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... t so lucky once we reached our next campground. We were hit with some heavy rain and strong winds keeping us cooped up in the motorhome, even Foxy didn't want to go out. Last week, we were in Texarkana at Shady Pines RV Park. I think we only had one day without rain and we didn't do anything interesting or blog worthy. It's a shame, but you don't always get sunshine and rainbows.
This week were at Cowtown RV Park, which is ironic, ...
... rodeos are held every Friday and Saturday nights. This building is over 100 years old and it was interesting to see the arena. I think the original seats are in this iconic building. There is also a display dedicated to Bill Pickens, one of the most famous rodeo riders in America. I had seen his display in the Professional Rodeo Hall of Fame in Colorado. Sadly we did not have time to go through the smaller Hall of ...
... tour was really good, as we followed the route of the motorcade on the fateful day - 22nd November, 1963. Once we passed the scene of the assassination, we were taken through the movements of Lee Harvey Oswald, his rooming house, and recreated his steps until his arrest and subsequent murder by Jack Ruby.
Interestingly, our hotel is right opposite the night club once owned by Jack Ruby. After the trolley tour, we went on an audio tour of the ...
... bumpy, bumpy! Tennessee welcomed us with a mild 97 degrees & humidity. Not too bad after yesterday's 107 degree arrival in Weatherford, TX. Of course, it IS August--the absolute WORST month for summer travel! However, should mom be honored for her 100th birthday--10 years from now--I am going to insist that she legally change her birthdate to, oh... May or Oct! No more traveling in August. No way! The dogs continue to be wonderful traveling companions--very patient ...
... theses lands and the people who first resided here, long before the white man.
At the tours end, we returned to Flagstaff content and awakened to the splendours of the universe. The Terrain of The Grand Canyon was alien and looked like a remnant from a distant planet. Such ancient lands hold many stories from the ages gone by, but like mine they must wait for another day. The time had come to make for the home of Walter White. Albuquerque, New Mexico, beckoned. . . ...