Holiday Inn Dallas North Addison
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This was the roughest part of the trip, not that it was coming to an end but because we had been up for 22 hours. We finally made home at 11:30 pm and as quickly as we could it was into bed. We have been so blessed in many ways and we thank you for allowing us to share them with ...
... 2. Sitting in the stroller. 3. Sitting in the high chair. Notice the grip in one of the pictures. We knew she needed a nap but she refused to get out. The subsequent picture was a short while later. Passed out! 4. CHEERIOS! I should have put this as #1. She is constantly eating them. If she runs out, she gets very upset. 5. Gerber Puffs 6. Congee ...
Another great day taking in the sights of Dallas. There are lots of places to visit here but you really need a car to get around with a very informed driver. Simon and Christine are doing very well especially without a Navman. This morning we went to the Frontiers of Flight Museum at Dallas Love air field. It is a historical aviation museum starting from the early dreamers - Leonardo; through the early flyers - the ...
... was a Walgreen's right across the street where they were quickly prepared.
We headed back home. For those interested in dessert, there was cheesecake from the Cheesecake Factory left over from last night's activities!! Still great!
We hope the scripts will kick in pretty quickly! [Note added later--Carol did start to feel better the next day, and recovered to enjoy the remainder of the trip!]
... 75-miles/hour limit. We pushed forward to find the first cows of the day, well Texas is known for its steak! We were struck by the conditions these animals dealt with. The heat was about 36 degrees and it is spring. There were no trees in sight, just land as far as the eye could see. After talking with a local he informed us that they had 50 consecutive days of 100+ Fahrenheit (38 degrees) ...