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We are winding up our trip to Dallas and have spent the time with Simon and his family. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday has meant beautiful weather with daytime temperatures reaching 21 degrees and very sunny. We have visited a number of parks and done a few good walks. Sunday we went to Lewisville. We miss the coffee shops attached to the parks we have back in Australia. On Monday Steve and Christine went to Grapevine Mills DFO to try and retrieve the taxes ...
... they reject anything that doesn't come from their brain but lack the mental capacity to either come up with an original thought, see what others can not see, or do what others are too afraid to do. Insecurity is their cloak although they would have a fit if they knew that others could so easily see it. Everything has a limit, including the capacity to which they are capable of producing invigorating life on a daily basis. And as a result; ...
Today was a trip to a State Park about 1 hour's drive north of Coppell. Whilst most of the drive was along freeways we passed through farming country with horse ranches and cattle before entering the park. Ray Roberts Lake State Park has a 29000 acre reservoir supporting many water activities. The weather was nice and sunny but the wind kept it cool - about 16. The park has many camping sites allowing for walking and ...
Antigua to Dallas. Another very early start rising at 4.30am for a 5am pick up. Antigua is a 45 minute drive to Guatemala City airport. As the roads get incredibly busy it is advised to leave as early as possible as later in the day the trip can take up to 2 hours. We had breakfast at ...
... and Alexis brought a wool-blend sweater. These were sufficient for Irish mid-September.
- Shoes: We both used waterproof shoes. Some people would say that you can get away with tennis shoes in Ireland. If you're going to do any amount of walking, bring waterproof shoes. We both agreed that we would have been miserable without them. I wore the Teva Riva eVent and Alexis wore the Salomon XA Comp 6 GTX.