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... too. it was a long night, between thinking about the coach and worrying about him - he was up every 3-4 hours, and thankfully, the Motrin seemed to be helping him sleep until it wore off and the pain woke him up again.
To add to the excitement - there had been flash-floodd producing rains overnight in Houston, and more were on the way. It was pouring when we arrived back at the Rv Dealer's, so pulling the slides in ...
... 23/11), we were leaving Ennis, Tx race and heading to Reading, Pa......so funny thing when we were heading here we passed a Maingate truck heading to Ennis (Dallas) Tx. race, and a few race haulers......the only difference between then and now ALL my expenses is being payed for and getting paid to have some fun and of course a different ...
... home. We ended up hanging out at the cottage quite a bit having dinner in the dining room, scotch and backgammon on the front porch, and coffee and cereal back on the porch the next day. The weather was divine...cool in fact
On the 29th, we met Phillip Rutherford, a retired linguistics professor, who has taken over the 100+ ...
... slightly more than "warm" and I was fighting (mental) exhaustion. Two thirds of the way back my legs started to follow my mind's lead and tried to quit on me. Maybe it wasn't as bad as it felt, but I really didn't want to go on any longer. I just knew that I had to make it back before dark (which was approaching rapidly) and before the park closed and I got towed or something.
So on I went, eventually making it back with ...
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 ...