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... Another night the entire “jungle” crew, which includes all the pygmy hippo keepers, took me out for dinner at a local Mexican place. We had a good time and the margaritas were tasty, but Omaha does not win any prizes for stellar Mexican food.
At night I slept with my windows open in order to capitalize on the cool breeze; I also enjoyed listening to the lions roaring and the hyenas laughing. It was a bit like being back in Africa, but not quite the ...
... close enough to catch up to the
leaders and place in the top 5 as there had been in last weeks race in Bristol,
where we had 4 cars in the top 5. Yahoo. By the way, what has happened to Dale?
The first couple of days of our second to last
week were dull and dreary and a little cool, not turning around until Thursday
where the temps once again popped back up to 30 C and the sun found time to
stick its head through the ...
... gag. Emilie was in the tent stretching, so I went over to visit with her. We talked again about establishing a stretching/flexibility training for me and she was just as enthusiastic about doing it as she was when we talked about it in Brownsville, so we are officially going to be work-out partners! My goals are to regain my flexibility from when I took ballet (13 years of it until college), build my strength, and as a side benefit, lose a bit of extra weight. I ...
... several residents do not even own one, but instead, will rent a trailer here in the park, and have been doing so for many years, returning every winter.
We have been told that 60% of the winter residents in the RGV are “Winter Texans”. Meaning that they live elsewhere and only come here for the winter. They are Florida’s equivalent to the “Snowbird”. But, unlike Florida, this area becomes almost like a ghost town, with many ...