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... were claiming to already be there. No one was in sight and after five more minutes of confusion, we finally realized they had driven to Donna, Texas and were currently at the front entrance to Circo Hermanos Vazquez! Oops. They eventually made their way to us, but unfortunately missed most of the first half of our show.
The rain has finally started here. We're all parked on dirt. Dirt that gets REALLY sticky and thick when you add water to it. Sigh.
... br> On a sad note, one of our favorite bars, The Ranch House
burnt to the ground on Wednesday night, 1 hour after they closed for the night.
This is a great loss to those of us who like Bluegrass Music and huge greasy
We also went to the east end of the valley, visiting
Brownsville and the King Tut exhibit in their museum. It was a good exhibit,
and Brownsville downtown by the border crossing has changed a lot from what it
... and the band know about the changes before the first show. What an adrenaline rush.
The new-ish gag seemed to go well...a few minor technical problems in the first show which he smoothed out in the second and now we're trying to flesh it out a bit to help him get more laughs. John commented several times how nice it was to not get soaking wet in both shows. :)
The other day, I was waiting at the gate for Teto to call doors and ...
... hoping someone would drop food. They’re friendly enough and beautiful and it breaks my heart a bit to not take them in, let alone pet them (although as soon as John M. and his family got to cookhouse, his 2-ish year old daughter made a beeline for one of them and proceeded to pet the dog’s head as we all laughed and groaned).
We were going to walk to the library, but decided to stay home instead. I found out later from Sue that the internet ...
... and the friends I have and have had.
“Today is the first day of the rest of your life” that has
to be the mantra?
“You Can’t Always Get What You Want” said Mick Jagger and
the Rolling Stones “but if you try sometime you find, you get what you need.”
That my friends has been my favorite song, and mantra I have lived my life on.
I want a lot of things, but the ...
Other places to stay in Reynosa
Emilio Portes Gil Prado Sur, Reynosa | 2 star hotelfrom $81
Carr. Monterrey-Reynosa, km 212, Reynosa | 3 star hotelfrom $68
Blvd Hidalgo, Reynosa | 2 star hotelfrom $83
Blvd. Miguel Hidalgo 480, Reynosa | 2 star hotelfrom $69
Boulevard Hidalgo 1165, Reynosa | 3 star hotelfrom $73
Carr Reynosa-Monterrey 1000, Reynosa | 3 star hotelfrom $63
Blvd Hidalgo 1480 Col Del Vall, Reynosa | 4 star hotelfrom $42