Hampton Inn & Suites Gainesville
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... done in the past 2 weeks and shipping the gifts to Canada for Bill's family kept us hopping.
My mom and I swore this Christmas we would not buy so many gifts, but once again we failed to cut back. We did manage to get out to a few movies and to a concert with the Irish Tenors at the Allen Event Center. We celebrated Christmas 3 times. On the 23rd we Face-Timed with Bill's older sister Cathy (they were headed to Cuba on Christmas day), then the ...
- On the Morning of September 23 Bailey and I went to the Gas Station filled up our tank, bought ice, seeds, snacks, water, meat and bread.
- We traveled 253 miles to Gainesville, Texas, Filled up
- Gainesville, Texas traveled 137 miles to Oklahoma City, Ok, filled up
- We ate the assorted lunch meats and snacks for lunch and dinner for the ...
... real ******* staying within the lines, that's a day.So, today the goal was to cross into Oklahoma.
The campground we initially looked to stay in is located right at the WinStar Casino just across the Texas/Oklahoma line, since neither Nancy nor I has ever been in a casino and a campground right at a casino seemed like a great combo. However, after reading a number of reviews on the campground (CG), we decided to go to a CG ...
... The Chisholm Trail probably started as a buffalo migration route. It linked summer pastures in the central plains area to winter pastures in Texas. American Indians followed the buffalo and shared the route with U.S. explorers. The original trail was blazed and mapped during the early Civil War years by a half-bred Indian trader by the name of Jesse Chisholm—in 1865 he made the first cattle drive of 250 head over the entire ...
... Olympics. Paddock won in the 100m and placed second in the 200m. He won a third gold in the 4X100 relay. Paddock ran 110m in 10.2 seconds, a record that would stand until 1956. Paddock died in a plane crash in Sitka Alaska along with General Upshar in 1943.
In the real world, I continue to train for the Pittsburgh Marathon, running two 20-milers and I'm two weeks away from the Big ...