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Travel Blogs from Weslaco
the final throws of our time here in Paradise, and we are starting to clean up
and put things away. My next and last issue on the Texas Blog will be on
“Friends”, as we are blessed with many.
Man as much as I have enjoyed it here, the
park is managed or mismanaged with abandon, and now when the temps are reaching
38 C that is 108 F they decide that they have fkded up the pool and have to
dump the water, and have to ...
... again is it that big of a deal now that I
have been retired for 6 years?
It goes on and on one question after another that pertains
to when you were between 5 years old and 25 years old, which is 63 years ago
and 43 years ago respectfully.
Maybe someone with a life should ask these questions, here
are some examples.
How many times do you get up at night to ****?
What hospital do you prefer to go to?
How many pills do you ...
... seeing. We walked back to the cacophony of the waking PLAIN CHACHALACAs. Let me tell you, THEY ARE LOUD. They sit on the top of trees and let it fly. Totally reminds me of being in the tropics. At the visitor center we added LOUISIANA WATERTHRUSH, one of the few warblers we still had not seen yet. All in all a nice muddy morning at the refuge, although we did not find either kingfisher. We decided to continue our quest for the kingfishers by ...
... the White-tipped Doves, Olive Sparrows, Baltimore Orioles, Rose-breasted Grosbeaks and others all started to come out of the woods. It was cool to watch all these poor birds that looked like drowned rats coming in for a bite to eat. I have a shot of the feeder set up...can anyone ID the birds? There are 3 species in this terrible iphone photo...and no you HQ types cannot count these on your Big Year list...
... say, but does he
have any idea of what the hell the problems are in the Northern hemisphere, and
does he care. I had really liked the idea of electing the guy from the USA. He has
charisma, character, a sense of humour, and I am sure being from his
surroundings, a firm grip on the problems of the world, and what seems a great
ability to deal with them. Is this not what we need in leadership today? Man,
listen to the Sunday morning ...