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Travel Blogs from Harlingen
... were claiming to already be there. No one was in sight and after five more minutes of confusion, we finally realized they had driven to Donna, Texas and were currently at the front entrance to Circo Hermanos Vazquez! Oops. They eventually made their way to us, but unfortunately missed most of the first half of our show.
The rain has finally started here. We're all parked on dirt. Dirt that gets REALLY sticky and thick when you add water to it. Sigh.
... visited 6 years ago. The downtown area was nearly vacant excepting
for junk shops and closed restaurants and bars. You could tell that, much like
Nuevo Progresso, no one comes down here at night anymore. We did stop at
C&C Wings on the way out and were really impressed with the taste of their
fried wings, and great fries and sauces.
We turn the clocks ahead an hour tonight.
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... stepped away for a second. I swear on everything holy that Teto called out "DOORS!" and I rushed to get Elisa back up to the gate so we could start letting people in. Later on, when the rush had died down, Teto came out of the tent with a big smile on his face...Elisa asked him if he had called doors and he laughed and said no. I was shocked! I told him I heard him as plain as day and he laughed again and said HE was shocked when people started ...
... just a bit too cold to wear my front gate uniform (white shirt, red vest, red bowtie and black pants) so I opted to wear my winter coat that I had quickly sewn a KMC patch onto a few weeks ago.
The days melt together anymore (I was reminded the other day randomly that my birthday is coming up soon and I was shocked) and the best example of that was today. People were showing up on the lot with smudges on their foreheads and a few of us couldn’t figure ...
... br> to the office in 15 minutes. So I haul my sorry ass up and go up to the office
and find out it is a claims adjuster from the insurance company who has
blatantly lied to get me to come up so he can tell me that I am no longer
covered for any similar events that I was seen for and if I am still ill I
should go home. Well, FU. Now I am ******, and this week I get in the mail a
form to fill out and a request to send copies of the bill, and copies of ...