La Quinta Inn Harlingen
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... charged by a male silverback gorilla who of course couldn’t actually reach me due to the bars between us but I nearly shat myself anyway. I also witnessed a pygmy hippo mating event first-hand, which was quite a frothy, foamy, slippery affair. All over the zoo grounds there were wild prairie dogs flitting about, building massive underground condos and eating dandelions, which is pretty cute!
I left Omaha on Memorial Day (May 26th) and headed due ...
... the weather is so abysmal.
We followed this up by going to the ice cream
social on Sunday. This was the first time for me to attend this, and possibly
the last, as this was the last ice cream social of the year in the park. The
ice cream social is held every Sunday at 5:30 p.m. and we usually have not even
thought of dinner yet alone ice cream. On this particular Sunday we were just
heading home from watching NasCar at Rose’s when we ...
... in the side of Mission Tx. On
Sundays Country Roland Jr. plays there along with 3 other Hispanic bros’, one
of who is Ruben who plays lead guitar. These guys are all in their late 50’s,
and I believe I am being kind when I say that. Anyway, Roland has a great voice
and he belts out his tunes and the band plays along, one great country tune
after another, both old and new, and in English, Spanglish and lovely Spanish.
A great stop while in ...
... a big cloth bag that Ryan had given us when he was cleaning out his storage space and has made it his permanent bed. During the hot spells, he goes back to sleeping under our bed where I guess it’s cooler.
John and I walked up the road from the lot to find the Stripes gas station everyone said was walkable but found on our way that there was a small mom & pop drive thru that was pretty fully stocked, so we loaded up on water and Gatorade ...
... money-spending American and Canadian tourists, that visit their small town every day to buy medicine, souvenirs and get their teeth, fingers and toes worked on. Now, all you see is desperate business owners trying to lure whoever walks by in to spending just a few dollars. The streets are nowhere near what it was a few months ago.
It has been a couple of months since we arrived in this area, and we do not regret our decision. It was a last minute move, because we ...