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... then I had to go through the security check point yet again with all the usual hassles before walking back to the lounge for another 90 minutes. They had good wifi in the lounge and I was able to talk to Marjolaine for a few minutes, in the morning her time.
The flight to Atlanta is long: almost 16 hours. That’s about like flying from Cincinnati to Paris, then turning around without landing and flying back again. ...
... Carlsbad we drive to Dallas. Best known for the murder of John F Kennedy in 1963. We visit the place where it happened and meet a guy who was there in 1963. He was 13 years old at the time and is convinced there was more than one shooter. Every day you can find him on the grassy knoll , telling his story and selling magazines that support his view. We also watch a baseball game at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Rangers vs Giants. Rangers win thanks to a 2-run homer by Josh Hamilton ...
... and then we got her up for cake and presents. Mama was so happy to see Addy's excitement over the minion cake I made her! Once again, so many wonderful and thoughtful presents! A big thanks to Cousin Bennet for helping Addy open her gifts!
She may be too young to remember all this, but hopefully all of these pictures will be fun to look at later! Thanks so much to everyone for being a part of Addy's first birthday at home!!
... really get booed”. Now he was really nervous, but he threw a strike and the game began. This was a real fun exhibit with which to end our tour.
We got home late in the afternoon and did some wash when Fred got a call from the CEO Club Chairman of the Dallas CEO Club, John Brown. We were going to get together for dinner, but John called to tell us he had tickets to the Texas ...
... Once in the Sixth Floor Museum (where Oswald shot from - corner window) we learnt that after extensive testing and research (decades later!) they were 95% sure that the fatal shot was by Oswald. The 1st missed, 2nd went through the back of JFK's neck seen in many photos where he puts his hand to his neck, then shortly after the 3rd (fatal) shot went through his temple. After the Museum we walked 2km through a rather shady part of Downtown, what looked like an abandoned ...