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Travel Blogs from Harlingen
... the “Million Dollar Truck” to LMC Truck for possible
placement on their web site issue. I received a reply as follows, as Angie says
there will be no living with me….
would like to feature your truck story on lmctrucklife.com for the month of June. What this
means is that we will hold your story until June when we will post it on our
Featured Stories page. Your story will be up there for ...
... figure it out I am rejected again. Then having
screwed up, there I go blaming myself again, I am told I have been ejected and
I have to call in. There begins a humbling experience for an old man.
All right, who comes up with these questions, some 20 year
old something that graduated with a Bugger All, and spends his or her days
punching keys on her cel phone and relating all of her sexual experiences on Facebook?
Common, what was your mother’s ...
... more then this, seats around 100 outside, 40 in the bar, and standing for
another 50 either inside or out. Country Nelson Jr. and his band were playing,
and they are all Mexican and play a great mix of country and Mexican tunes, we
were a little out of place, as it is mostly Winter Texan couples, and they are
all up dancing and partying. There are also a bunch of “old” fatboy bikers that
hang out here, and I am not talking about the bikes. ...
... Snow, Ice, Snow, Ice, bitter cold, the wind off the lake, and hear you sit,
listening! LOL! Who have I ****** off this time?
Well ****, I have to tell you it is no real picnic in the
south either. I mean we have had to endure a few days below 0 degrees Celsius,
can you imagine the cold of it all? Combine that with a damp dreary day with a
little or a lot of rain, and you can hardly gather yourself together to pull on
a sweater and walk up ...
... facility. The place was still shiny and clean and still smelled like fresh paint. ************e was there, because it did not even look like it was open to traffic. Construction on the U.S. side in McAllen, Texas made it almost impossible to locate and barely accessible to enter. Therefore, it was an exciting and historical moment to see the sign "Entering Mexico". But have you ever noticed that the U.S. sign says “Welcome to the United States”? There are no ...