Courtyard by Marriott Dallas LBJ at Josey
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... out loud. Deanne said it was "Lavon Lake." "Wasn't he the drummer in The Band?" I wondered. "No," said Deanne. "That was Levon Helm." I nodded. "Right. I must be thinking of Emerson, Lake & Palmer." As we crunched over the dry paddock towards the water, small brown hoppy things sprang up and reminded us that we were actually inappropriately dressed for a bush walk, which is what confronted us at the paddock's border. At least half a ...
... to come home to him. I was so looking forward to his hugs and he delivered--as he always does; he gives amazing hugs!--but later he admitted he held back a bit when he greeted me. I wasn't really sure what he meant, or how he could have held back, or why he'd want to. So I asked him. "Why?" And he replied: "Because we'd probably still be there, hugging."
Leaving a place where you've vacationed and enjoyed yourself so very much sucks, but when you have that to come home to...
We bought a truck to carry the camper today! It needs a little work, but seems basically strong. Once we get it travel-ready, we need to go to Arizona to pick up the camper.
In other news today, we also decided to rent out our house (rather than selling), and selected a property management company.
A huge progress day!
... that cannot be accessed in any other way. In the event the termite killing foam is being injected directly into the termite workings it grows (somewhat akin to shaving cream), covering all of the surfaces and termites inside the workings. The pest technician can control the type of termite killing foam that he desires by adjusting the quantity of termite foam agent which is incorporated into the mix. There are a couple of key shortcomings for this procedure. The ...
... and hats. The stadium was completely full but they announced there were over 36,000 fans that day.
We left Dallas and started heading toward New Mexico, driving the back roads through small towns. Driving Texas was really fun, we got a real feeling for what it's like living out of the big cities.
You see farmland for as far as the eye can see, and it's dotted with oil pump jacks and white wind turbines. Roadsides selling fireworks from wooden ...