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... northeast along the gulf coast of Texas to the bayous of Louisiana. Just north of Brownsville I drove through an extensive area where there was a whole lot of nothing for over 50 miles (80 km); even the map showed an entire county devoid of landmarks, towns, cities, or roads other than the one on which I was traveling. Then I suddenly came upon an assembly of signs warning me of a US Border Patrol checkpoint ahead. I don’t think I have ever seen such a multitude and diversity ...
of course the weather was either raining, foggy,chilly and windy the first five days of our week that we were here. during one of the bad weather days, we went to the Brownsville flea market, great deals and very large, i'd say just as good as the florida ones. we also visited a rv/moble home resort in donna. it was beautiful, gated, restaurant,pool, community room as nice as a nice hotel, and a craft ...
140325-Counting Down the Days of Paradise
Well, going to start off this week on a different tangent,
got some exciting news on 3 dimensions.
I have included 2 pictures of our new to be grandbaby and it
is a 3 dimensional view of the baby still in Sari’s womb. It is rather amazing
to see the development in a 5-month period. I don’t know how Cody and Sari are
going to control Angie; it is out of my hands?
... in the side of Mission Tx. On
Sundays Country Roland Jr. plays there along with 3 other Hispanic bros’, one
of who is Ruben who plays lead guitar. These guys are all in their late 50’s,
and I believe I am being kind when I say that. Anyway, Roland has a great voice
and he belts out his tunes and the band plays along, one great country tune
after another, both old and new, and in English, Spanglish and lovely Spanish.
A great stop while in ...
... snow from the end of their driveways, clearing snow off of their cars, and enduring the already slow drive to work, now complicated and hindered more by the wind and the snow and the cold. Everyone is, I am sure, looking for some form of relief. Sorry, as far as I can see, and my opinion seems to be shared by others, there is no relief in sight. I have relegated myself to the belief that when we return to home in mid April, we are returning to be “stuck in colder ...