Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Fort Worth/medical Center
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... at the car we decided to move on to another walk, but when we got there it was closed. We then went somewhere else on the reserve where there was no available parking. We then drove around a bit and I happened to see a few bison through the fence line, so we stopped to look at them. There were a few baby bison that basically looked like calves, and one big guy walked right up to the fence line to stare at us. Whenever we moved the bison's eyes ...
... a major tourist attraction. At the back edge of the old stockyards was a railroad roundhouse area. If we had gotten to the area a little earlier we could have seen a cattle drive with long horns but due to the accident we were too late. From there we went to see a couple of mansions of cattle barons. Beautiful old homes that were probably out in the country when they were built – now they are right by the downtown skyscrapers.
We went back down to the ...
... residential neighborhood, not a hardware store in sight. We were trying to get to a hardware store to get replacement camper keys.
So we took off for CS and decided to get the keys there. As soon as we left San Antonio we were back into the desert foliage but this quickly changed to grasslands, soon it was a mix of pastureland and crops – we saw a lot of cow corn for example. We were also back to more ranches with round bales for their ...
... to jump up, and no rails or anything to keep you from falling off the edge.
Apparently the active pool experience was built for people to walk down the terraced steps and experience the power, sounds and motion of water crashing around them. It was temporarily closed to the public after four people died there on June 16, 2004. Three children and one adult drowned after one of the children fell in the pool. The water was unusually deep at the time due to a ...
... on my way north. I didn't have much time on this trip, but next year I will definitely plan on seeing more of the Chickasaw country around Davis, OK. Here is the visitor center that's close to the freeway--full of interesting books and native crafts. There's also a Chickasaw Cultural Center a few miles down the road, as well as Lake of the Arbuckles in the Chickaway National Recreation Area.