Fairfield Inn Temple
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... We go early to catch the museum/heritage centre and run into a small festival. Max is well away when you can pull the rope for the bell on the old steam engine and ride the oil drum train as well as get up close as a 100 car freight train goes by.
Our train ride goes smoothly and is actually early in Fort Worth & Dallas. Maybe not surprisingly, we get the same coach attendant as on the way done - her name tag read T. Booker, so Booker T it was.
... characters (Magic Time Machine), the majority of whom were a mystery to me - I believe we were served by someone 'Frozen'. They had a salad 'car' and all sorts of retro features and could fry almost anything. We babysat for Meredyth without major incident.
Next morning it's the Fort Worth Stockyards which are now a visitor attraction with the Texas Longhorn Cows paraded down the street and mock gunfights. The ...
If you live in the south, you never get snow, you don't even expect it! When the rare time comes around that you ACTUALLY get snow, all hell breaks loose! Even if it is a few flurries, you break everything warm out you have, and act like it is a freakin' blizzard!! Or at least that is what we do in my house. My husband is from Chicago so he things it's hilarious! Whatever, we have fun!!!!! ...
... Texas tea, etc. There's oil in them there hills...plains, I mean!
Pic 7 - The Brown Fields: The first grain elevator I have seen in a long time. Also my first gas stop in Brownfield, Texas. Appropriately named because this whole place looks like a brown field!
Pic 8 - Co-op Gas Station: You know you just rode into a farming community if even the gas station is a coop. Serves as general store as well.
Pic 9 - Wind Farm: ...
We treated ourselves to breakfast delivery to the room at 9am, as we were all up late because of the time difference of 2 hours. After packing up, we walked across the street to walk over the Waco Suspension Bridge which, when it was built in 1870, was the longest suspension bridge west of the Mississippi. It spans the Brazos River. After our short walk, we loaded into the car and headed south, stopping along the way at a Schlotzky's drive-thru which also had Cinnabon minis. The ...