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Travel Blogs from Alamo
... and the dad said to me as they were heading into the tent, "If someone takes the stroller, I guess they needed it more!". That made me smile.
We had two birthday kids at two shows today! Yesterday, a kid had his whole party at the show, so all of his friends came with him and his mom bought them all cotton candy. Today's birthday kids had both chosen the circus as their birthday present so I made sure that John M. (our ringmaster) had their names ...
... westerly point of the valley and about 60 miles west of us, as is the
other end Brownsville, which is 60 miles east of us. We stopped and asked an
Utility worker where a good place for lunch and a beer would be, and he said to
me “your lookin at it bro, see that parking lot over there, it don’t get better
then that.” I said ‘gracious’ and over we went and we truly did have an awesum
Mexican lunch with cold beer served ...
... 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 ...
... just a bit too cold to wear my front gate uniform (white shirt, red vest, red bowtie and black pants) so I opted to wear my winter coat that I had quickly sewn a KMC patch onto a few weeks ago.
The days melt together anymore (I was reminded the other day randomly that my birthday is coming up soon and I was shocked) and the best example of that was today. People were showing up on the lot with smudges on their foreheads and a few of us couldn’t figure ...
... eliminated by virtue of its name and past history), bus order (the bookmobile was second and set the pace since it couldn't go faster than 55 m.p.h.), Mexican highway laws, and other important items. After the meeting the vehicles needing gas left to get it. Ellen Bernstein, one of the key people of Pastors for Peace got a frantic phone call when the buses were leaving the church from an employee of ...