Courtyard Fort Worth West at Cityview
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... College Station. Mr. Thorton was in the CIA while Mrs, Thornton was an elementary school principal. While serving in the CIA, Mr. Thornton was asked to be the agent who briefed the retired President Bush on affairs of state. They became friends and he was asked to head up the Bush Foundation in College Station when he retired. What secrets he must know.
Our next stop was to drive to Dallas to ...
... all red brick buildings surrounding us with, it was rather peaceful! :) we are at hoffbrau steakhouse, I had a salad with grilled chicken - very yummy! :) We picked up some leaflets and found a rodeo outside of Dallas in Fort Worth so we googled mapped our path and headed for that this evening. From union station down the road from our hotel we got on a trinity express double decker train! Wow. --- Well google maps were all wrong! It said in total it took ...
... and took the Molly Trolley to Risckys restaurant which is a barbecue place. Sally had a hamburger while I had the beef sandwich with my favorite side dish, fried okra. Sally and Marcy shared a bottle of red wine which is becoming a tradition. We chatted at the table until 9:30 and then Sarah, Sally and John took the trolley back to the hotel while Kevin and Marcy walked. Now ready for a shower and bed. Another great day. Fort Worth is working out just ...
... Sally went with Pork Shank with Chorizo Black-eyed Pea Hash while I went with Rib Eye Steak with Cook's Butter. I also ordered a side dish of Bourbon Creamed Corn. The servings were large and we brought some steak and pork back but left most of the corn. We tried the Dessert Tacos with Caramelized Bananas and Chocolate Gravy. Best gravy ever!
Since we were only 10 blocks from our hotel we walked back. Not bad but warm. Now in our room at 9:30 so sleep time is ...
Happy Birthday to Helen!!!
Another driving day. When we got on the road, it was a bit overcast and cooler, about 48 degrees.
Greenwood is the cotton capital of North America and the farmers were out tilling and seeding.
It looked like the potato fields around Alliston, but on a much larger scale. We crossed into Mississippi at 10:30, but couldn’t stop at the Delta Museum like we planned because ...