Hilton Garden Inn Fort Worth/Fossil Creek
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... by 2 shots, but struggled in the back 9 holes to lose by a few. The weather in Fort Worth is really warm, into the late 20s and lots of sunshine. The sun and heat took a little out of us during the walks and mini golf so we finished the day outings by gong to a few stores. The different types of pets in the pet stores are awesome, including dumbo rats, hamsters, gerbils and bearded dragons. For dinner we had Popeyes with chicken, mashed potato and ...
10/1 Day 102 We are still camped at Texan RV Ranch and went sightseeing in the Dallas Fort Worth area. We started out going to Dealey Plaza this was the site where John Kennedy was shot. We decided to not go into the museum but to see some more of Fort Worth. We got hung up in accident traffic on our way from Dallas to FW so it took quite a while to make the trip.
First we visited the Fort Worth Stockyards. This is the oldest stockyards in the US. The surrounding area ...
... even saw a brahma bull ranch – we wondered if they were for rodeo bull riding; I have never seen or heard of them in any other context.
At one point we stopped to use our camper bathroom and Peg let Tex out as well. He went out, found a few blades of grass for a piddle; and acted like his feet were burning up and he wanted back in the truck. So much for his being a Texan.
We go to the Karstens RV Park about 3:30, unhooked, plugged ...
... reached out to the Swift and Armour companies to establish packing houses. By 1886, four stockyards had been built near the railroads. Boston capitalist Greenleif W. Simpson, with a half dozen Boston and Chicago associates, incorporated the Fort Worth Stock Yards Company on March 23, 1893, and purchased the Union Stock Yards and the Fort Worth Packing Company. The Stockyards experienced early success. By 1907, the Stockyards sold a ...
... even taught us how to two step which was really fun! We headed back up to Cadillacs where we were earlier. And soon went and had a feed at a Mexican joint. We had such a fun night and these two cowboy characters had no intentions and were just having fun like us. Once again shouted us a feed. Jason was a stock agent who is one of the top 5 cattle movers in Texas. He moves 100,000 head in and out per year! He is also in partnership with Brick the ...