Travel Blogs from Mission
... basically a shop and
I did stop at a doctor’s office for another
opinion on getting skin tags removed, plus this growth on the side of my face.
At least this lady seemed to have some sense and said the skin tags are
nothing, but the thing on my face has a root that has to be dealt with. I think
I will get it done on Tuesday, $120.00 for it all. She had a nice clean office,
and nice clean pharmacy and a wall full ...
... and a whole bunch of square heads from
Kitchener. Lothar and Mary Alice would love it, Ziggy Zaggy. Anyway on this day we went out for the river
cruise on the Riverside Dreamer. A one-hour excursion out on the Rio Grande,
east towards Reynosa, passing by some absolutely beautiful clubs parks and
private homes on the Mexican side, then back across the Restaurant and then
west out past The Chimney Rock RV Park. This is a beautiful little boat ride,
marred by ...
... you have to throw in the costs of the bus, but we paid cash, so that pain is well past us, and it still has a residual value.
My point is, we are much better off being in the south, and being out of the cold Canadian winters, and I am sure Stan and Helen can attest to that.
Well, that is the end of my rant for this week!
Thanks for reading, as I sign off at 4:00 a.m. and head back to bed to turn on the space heater and to snuggle up to my bed warmer.
Its all good. ...
... the strongman sandwich board is ready and return the air compressor to John Moss (he’s letting us borrow it until we can afford our own).
The shows today were a little weird…we’re on a different lot than in years past and there’s nothing around us, so we’re not instantly visible to people passing by (unless they happen to see us from the highway). We’re off of a one-way frontage road too, so if you’re not going our direction, ...
... www.facebook.com/BigTopBags) that sold a couple of weeks ago but hadn’t had time to mail. We treated ourselves to Whataburger and made it back home a few hours before the show.
The two shows went well…Elisa discovered we’d been splitting up our time at the gates incorrectly, so today was the first day of us doing it correctly. Basically, because I’m the front gate manager, I stay ...