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... sized dude on either side of me. But one guy left early so I slid over and then the other found more joy in drinking beer than the game and left too. Suddenly I had tons of room. Speaking of leaving, this was the biggest bunch of fair weather fans so far. By the sixth inning people started heading for the doors since their team was losing!
Quick Hitters: First game without a home run ... they sang "Deep in the Heart of Texas" ...
... had ever realised how big.
The drive was long. We were in the megaplex which what I understand is the 2 city's being Dallas and ?? And all the suburbs in between. Inclusive of the airport for about 20mins. She was annoyed there was a bit of traffic getting out. I told here that this is absolutely nothing compared with Sydney traffic. They have lots of overpasses that seem to all go in circles. They call them mixers. The sky is so blue and so clear here. We passes a ...
... families houses. The male students and myself stayed with the Morales family who consisted of Dave (the father), Peggy (the mother, who is also a high school teacher who teaches English and FPS), David the eldest who is 17, Jonathan is who 11 and Michael who is 9). The female students stayed with Shannon Taylor, a primary school teacher in Brownwood. We were like death by that stage. That night we had the best showers of our lives, meet the rest of the family and crashed. HUUUUUUGGGGGEEEEE ...
... Stockyards. This is a historical site which preserves the cowboy tradition, so this was gonna be the real Texas experience. Had a wonder round and saw some cattle, went into a saloon where the lady loved our accents before we headed onto Billy Bob Honky Tonky which has a pub, restaurant, dancing, stages and bull riding on weekends. Did some line dancing which was not as easy as it looks and was really tiring but good fun. If anyone plays cotton eye joe I will bust ...
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