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After the excitement of the Lone Star Rally, we settled in to our first "destination" of the trip and just in time for the Big Freeze of 2014. We were happy to be south of Dallas when the cold weather hit. The trailer was quite comfortable and the private Hot Tub that came with our site got plenty of use.
Houston required a LOT of driving. Although we liked the park we stayed at (having a ...
Well, here we go! After almost a year of planning and proposal writing, Mom and I are less than 24 hours away from our Greek "Odyssey." Our flight takes off tomorrow evening to Thessaloniki, Greece via Istanbul. After a day in Thessaloniki, it's off to explore the ancient city of Athens for three days and then finally to Crete to attend the Creativity Workshop.
For anyone who ...
Our day started earlier than usual and louder than usual. About 1:30am it started pouring, not gentle rain gradually increasing in intensity, but BAM! Right from the start, thunder lightening, downpour in sheets and hail! This was the father of all thunderstorms and it lasted for at least two hours. The only thing missing was wind, but I'm just as glad no wind, because there were tornado warnings out and we truly did not want to be anywhere near ...
... Ellis Gauthier how the Choctaw Indians in the area were treated and how they hid out to keep from being sent to Oklahoma. Years later after coming out of hiding they set up their own reservation but way into and past 1960 they were. Soon the white people started helping them to get learn a trade and get work. Things got better for them and now things are really looking ...
Yolanda--Sour Lake, TX
Yolanda—Sour Lake, TX—my friend Katy’s mom
““Tastes like chicken” was my way of getting Katy (her daughter) to taste food and make her own decisions because she was a very picky eater as a child. I got her over most of that. Africa got rid of the rest of it. (Katy was in Peace Corps in Western Africa.) She started out as “no….”.
I started out in a home being raised ...