Homewood Suites by Hilton Ft. Worth-North at Fossil Creek
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at the car we decided to move on to another walk, but when we got there it was closed. We then went somewhere else on the reserve where there was no available parking. We then drove around a bit and I happened to see a few bison through the fence line, so we stopped to look at them. There were a few baby bison that basically looked like calves, and one big guy walked right up to the fence line to stare at us. Whenever we moved the bison's eyes ...
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... residential neighborhood, not a hardware store in sight. We were trying to get to a hardware store to get replacement camper keys.
So we took off for CS and decided to get the keys there. As soon as we left San Antonio we were back into the desert foliage but this quickly changed to grasslands, soon it was a mix of pastureland and crops – we saw a lot of cow corn for example. We were also back to more ranches with round bales for their ...
... we got off further down the freeway turned around and got back on to retrace our journey to the exit we needed. This meant that we went over the highest overpass in the world, I'm sure. There were 2 other overpasses below us! Once in the museum it was all peace and serenity. I joined a tour which brought the paintings and sculptures to life as our guide, Janis, ...
... list of everything I will be carrying in my backpack. You may notice some potentially alarming missing things, like a sleeping bag, but that is by design. Rebecca and I are different from most thru-hikers in the sense that we are going to be staying together the entirety of the trip and therefore can split carry some of our bulkier equipment like the tent and sleeping bag. This list isn't very reader-friendly, but I made it in this ...