Days Inn & Suites Cleburne TX
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... to access the club and upper levels. After a walk up those ramps I was treated to amazing views up top of Six Flags over Texas, Hurricane Harbor water park and the monstrosity that is the home of the Dallas Cowboys. I decided to sit in the outfield for the first time this trip and at first it seemed like a wrong choice. I couldn't see the big screen scoreboard to assist with names and such for my scoring. It was also rather close quarters with ...
... great things. Which is very similar to the way I felt when I first moved to Arkansas. So if this trip will be anything like the past year then there's a great albeit bumpy journey ahead. I'm so blessed to be able to not only experience an opportunity like this but also be of service to others while I'm there. But before anything happens I gotta get some sleep....the journey begins in a few hours :)
... on. Off they went while we waited for the bleeding to stop. After a couple bars we came to a third bar where we saw these two men again, both in boots, slacks and a shirt and of course a cattle hat. They kindly bought us that beer they offered earlier. We chatted with them and soon we went off to the rodeo down the road at Cowtown Coliseum. We had a great time! We saw the bull riding (2 Aussie competitors), lasso events, rope and tie, barrels and even dancing ...
Got into campgrounds late on Sunday night. What are the chances of parking next to a group of Canucks from Vancouver! Tom noticed their accents immediately. Four very friendly old guys checking off places on their bucket list, next stop New Orleans. We went downtown Dallas to see the historic Book Depository museum. Then Tom took me to infamous honky tonk restaurant, Billy Bob's, right in the middle of cattle stockyard. ...
... cattle drive. Those horns can be up to 6 feet wide.
Lunch in Risckys, pulled pork bbq and root beer..I was driving.
While eating I enjoyed the dill pickle, then attacked what I thought was another big pickle. Wow!! It was a jalapeno chili. It was hot and I was on fire. Lips numb, Linda laughing!!! More care next time.
We also looked in the museum to see the ...
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