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... in the city of Dallas (which is hotter then anything I experienced in Florida) and meeting up with a friend of ours who lived there, we drove to Arlington for the ball game and so I could flip off the home of the Cowboys. We got to the ballpark, I got out of the car, and stood looking at Jerry World for a few minutes with both fingers pointed right at it. The ballgame was a lot of fun as well. We were sitting in the first row of the right-center ...
... i could have had anywhere. John had one with shrimp which at least was a bit unusual. Boring bread and the whole concoction boring. Much better in terms if fare was our visit to a French cafe called Cafe d'Or where lovely coffee was served and nice pastries too. I had an almond croissant and it was fun to sit at the window in true Parisian manner and look at all passers by. Went to all the different quarters, strolled trough a market, visited a cemetery where a famous voodoo ...
... into Del Prado and saying hello to Bill, we met up with Harshaad and headed to Top Golf. Neon-lit targets, numerous rounds of games, marble tables and Restoration Hardware-style couches, great food and drinks, foosball and shuffleboard. Chuk E. Cheese for Businessmen. That is all I can say. So much fun.
Round 2 was much more successful. I pulled off on a gravel turnaround and biked several miles through the Texas morning ...
... one another and smiled. Were we going to be doomed again? No worries, we were allowed back in after about 15 minutes. Some mechanical malfunction.... The Museum is great! Texas has a long and varied history. From the story of the Native Peoples who lived in Texas at least 11,000 years before Europeans arrived ...to the story of how the discovery of oil changed Texas, the museum tells the story of ...
... almond. They retain their leaves year around. They're a scrub oak, I'd say and get quite large. Whether they are fit to use as lumber and such, I cannot say. They are quite beautiful, however.
Much of our route reminded me of Eastern Montana until we entered the hills. I got one or two shots of some cuts through what looks like sandstone. It's sedimentary in nature and very attractive in these cuts. The altitude is about 23-2500 feet. ...
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