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Distance Traveled: 5098 miles
Stadiums visited: 8
Sight of the Day: The Boomstick, a two foot long hot dog with chili, nacho cheese, jalapenos and onion. All that for only $26 dollars, that's around $9 per pound!
Quote of the Day: "What's up Golden Ratio." - a college kid and employee when he saw my Fibonacci Spiral shirt. Honorable Mention: "I just feel like we need some energy" - Girl starting the wave
... had ever realised how big.
The drive was long. We were in the megaplex which what I understand is the 2 city's being Dallas and ?? And all the suburbs in between. Inclusive of the airport for about 20mins. She was annoyed there was a bit of traffic getting out. I told here that this is absolutely nothing compared with Sydney traffic. They have lots of overpasses that seem to all go in circles. They call them mixers. The sky is so blue and so clear here. We passes a ...
... families houses. The male students and myself stayed with the Morales family who consisted of Dave (the father), Peggy (the mother, who is also a high school teacher who teaches English and FPS), David the eldest who is 17, Jonathan is who 11 and Michael who is 9). The female students stayed with Shannon Taylor, a primary school teacher in Brownwood. We were like death by that stage. That night we had the best showers of our lives, meet the rest of the family and crashed. HUUUUUUGGGGGEEEEE ...
... a dish called Efoutee, a spicy chicken dish with dirty rice nom nom!! In he afternoon we headed out to the Stockyards whe we got to see a real life cattle drive through the Main Street. Some of the horns on the long horns are huge! They still have the original cattle pens & railway tracks as well as a rodeo every w/e. back in their heyday they were the largest cattle traders around & the old meat packing plants & auction houses can be seen still. ...
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