Holiday Inn Dallas DFW Airport - South
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... easily murdered with our cutlery. Sounds dramatic but her laugh went straight through you like base music!! Once we'd finished lunch we headed back home. I sorted my washing out and packed my cases. I'm leaving America with a massive suitcase full that I didn't turn up with. So my bag I left England with I'm now using as a carry on and I have a massive suitcase. Daphne Taylor's cat has taken a shine to me and that much she was in my ...
... arrangements, the crew of a helicopter parked nearby came out and started to prepare to depart. We hadn’t put the EZ down on its nose, as we would be relocating to the hangar – a big mistake as I had to hang on to the ‘plane to stop it being blown over as the helicopter began to lift off. Patrick was unable to exit the FBO to come and help as the helicopter was in the way – a close shave. Note to selves: in future don’t park anywhere ...
We started our day in Fort Worth at a nature reserve. We parked up at the visitors centre and started with a 1 mile walk. We immediately came across a couple of large spiders and heaps of different coloured dragonflies. Sam wasn't keen on the walk after seeing the spiders and knowing there might be snakes around. The walk itself was nice though. We came across 'Prairie Dog Town' which at the time we could only see about four of them from the fence ...
... and wide open spaces. Our visit to the Fort Worth Stockyards, which was once the centre of the cattle business but is now a preserved and touristy area, gave us a feel of what it would have been like as they stage a slow cattle drive of Texas Longhorns down the main street twice a day. A better feel for the Texan cowboy/farming way of life came about by visiting the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. There was plenty of stuff to buy from John Deere tractors through to ...
... a long drive ahead of us. We crossed into Arkansas and as we got farther away from the river, the landscape changed back to trees and more trees. Hwy 82 continued to be pretty straight and forested with logging trucks taking wood to the Georgia Pacific paper plant. Around 1:30, we stopped in Magnolia, Arkansas for some lunch. It turned into a beautiful day, sunny and clear, about 65 degrees. As we continued down the ...