La Quinta Inn Brownsville
Travel Blogs from Olmito
... and carrots and onions, boiled dinner with rye bread, which I gladly cooked for the crowd of 12 or so. We finished with a stunning array of candies and deserts and it was another great day of Sundays of three in a row. At this point it was a Dodge, Ford and 2 Chevys if you are keeping track.
We also spent out last day in Nuevo Progresso where I got a Foot and Mouth, the mouth being a tooth cleaning by a lovely Hispanic Dentist for $25.00, and the foot being a manicure from a ...
... Willies and the liquor store at the Wal-Mart. Love u
This brings me to the new Pope. How you might ask, Rita and
Jim are catholic. Argentinean, go figure. Now you are all saying leave this
alone, but if it is father, I mean fodder for the night show hosts, why cannot
anyone play with it. Sold his parish home to help the poor, now they have to
pay his rent. Gave up his limo to ride the busses, **** if it is anything like
... drive since I hadn't done that for awhile. Driving through the Port of Brownsille, you can see the tops of many ships that come up the 17 mile channel. This area is great for ships as the are protected from bad weather, such as hurricanes, etc. It has also become the center for the scaping of US navy ships. Doing three ships now with 60,000 tons of scrape steel. We ate out again, which was ...
... is to roll
all of the episodes, chapters, and events, whatever into a continuing story at
some point. Therefore I could go back and look at the different entries and
attempt to get them to flow together into an adhesive happening.
Now, I have been looking at other blogs, and have not
determined that this is really a blog, or not, if what I have looked at is what
a blog should look like, does anyone really know? Does it have to be a fancy
thing with ...
Another semi-lazy day. Up at 7:30 and made a few phone calls. We had lunch scheduled today with Joan and her water aerobics group that have lunch together once a month. For sure, Bev was the youngest and I was the next youngest. Guessing their were over 40 seniors in the group. I have to admit that they had a great time celebrating an early St. Pat's Day. No green beer, but lots of Irist stuff. Great location and great food. We ...