Fairfield Inn & Suites Weslaco
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Well there it is 3 pieces of exciting news for
me, all received on the same day.
... The Riverside could be in trouble, as could Crazy
Joes, although I think it is already in trouble, and unfortunately Cabrera’s,
although they are not in the food business, only booze and partying.
Monday was St Pats day, and the park had a Corned Beef and
Cabbage dinner along with boiled red potatoes that was to die for, included
free green beer for $2.00 a person. The dinner was fantastic, and I understand
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... amounts of information this year as it was the 50th Anniversary - it's now believed to be the work of just one man. Now we were here. Impossible to describe the feeling in just a few words. We drove on discussing the tragedy, the waste and the consequences.
We knew we were heading for Tres Rios park that night. Kevin had entered a draw at Camping World in Nashville and had 'won' 5 nights free camping at a ranch style park - we just had ...
... our walk down towards the Rio Grande we heard LESSER NIGHTHAWKS doing their toad-like trills. Once at the bank of the Rio grande we did a little work on our Mexico lists adding Kingbirds, cowbirds, mockingbirds, altamira oriole, kites, kiskadee, vulture and some doves to our Mexican bird lists. As we headed back towards the visitor center we added our first confirmed TROPICAL KINGBIRD (these can be hard to tease out from all the COUCH's KINGBIRDS ...