Holiday Inn Dallas North Addison
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... Blonde "ear" scene from "Reservoir Dogs" looping in my head. Our neighbour certainly did have an old fire damaged Toyota utility over which matt black paint had been liberally applied. The painter was, we assumed, inside his even older RV planning his next coat. Somewhat heat affected we stripped down to our underwear and turned the air conditioning on full blast. Deanne took to drinking apple cider while I sat muttering to myself, ...
... in all my years flying WestJet or Air Canada, this has never ever happened to me...but has now happened three out of the last 7 times I've flown with a US carrier...)
Gate-checking my bag--and having it go ALL THE WAY THROUGH to my final destination--was not part of the plan and was very stressful because all my souvenirs for family were tucked inside this little suitcase. But I parted with it and made my way onto the cramped aircraft. I sat next to a rather nosy ...
We bought a truck to carry the camper today! It needs a little work, but seems basically strong. Once we get it travel-ready, we need to go to Arizona to pick up the camper.
In other news today, we also decided to rent out our house (rather than selling), and selected a property management company.
A huge progress day!
... canine may gain weight in case you feed it the amount you did on regular commercial dog food, however, if your puppy gets plenty of physical activity or training, it will devour about the identical quantity. Further, you can also save some serious coin in the process. For healthy living of your dog you must make sure that you just don't feed any premium food containing too much protein towards the great ...
A perfect Saturday! After cleaning the house, we rewarded ourselves with a soul-refreshing trip down the Chaparral Trail on Roy & Karen's bikes (most of it is too rough for our street bikes). Compared to Easter, all the trees were green and the wildflowers (bluebonnets, irises, etc.) were in full bloom.
The trail itself went from paved concrete, to fine gravel, to coarse rocks, to smooth dirt, to rutted dry ...
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