Doubletree by Hilton Dallas Market Center
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The last RV experience promised to be a real doozy. Upon checking into the Country View RV Park the manager casually let slip that one of our neighbours had an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. "He was given an opportunity to see if he could manage on his own," she said, looking over a white board mapped out with the park's available spaces. "But it ain't working out. I'm just wondering if he's been taken away yet." I shot Deanne ...
Well...this is it. Homeward Bound...
I woke up early to say goodbye to Vanessa and to shower, pack, and load my stuff into a cab at 8:30 bound for the airport. I had a no-tears goodbye from Vanessa and very teary goodbye from her parents (really, REALLY lovely people...I'm going to miss them all so much!) and at promptly 8:30, I hit the road, hoping not to be stuck in traffic too gnarly...
...only to arrive at the airport 20 minutes later, nearly four ...
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!
... the galleries to attract the termites to enter. The box is then meticulously sealed to prevent dryness and the termites stay to perform their work. The matrix is designed to be a termite super food. Once they want they will undoubtedly destroy it in preference over anything else. It contains a slow working toxin that intervenes with their biochemical processes over time, permitting plenty of sharing. As the matrix is eaten it is often renewed, depending on the rate ...
... is that a women who was 108 years old and the oldest surviving person of WWII came through the airport, and there were crowds all around her and T.V cameras pointed at her. I didn't have an opportunity to take a picture however because of the crowds unfortunately.
Anyway, next stop..... NEW MEXICO.