Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Fort Worth South
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... the time they closed, anyway. Rats!! So Dan took pictures of the planes from outside the fence. He was happy to see the "Dorito," the only A-12 ever built. It was minus its wings (they were beside it), but it was obviously a very unusual-looking airplane.
From the Meacham Airport, we went to the Fort Worth Stockyards and looked through the tourist shops. We found Dan a new leather ...
... Catholics are doing in caring for the unaccompanied minor illegal aliens.
After the service (lots of good music, too!), we headed for the interstate to Fort Worth. It's a lengthy drive, with lots of flat land, lots of oil wells, and lots of high temperatures! (That's a lot of "lots!') There were also a goodly number of cows, pickup trucks, and bug splats.
We had hoped to visit the museum of the Commemorative ...
Spent a few hours in a town called Grapevine near the Dallas international airport in Texas during our 8 hour layover. We're waiting to board our plane to Frankfurt now which has been delayed yet again (flight from Rio was previously delayed too). Don't worry, not a technical issue. Something about the service staff not being ready. Fuhh! ...
The euphoria of the day before starting vacation is upon me.
After leaving work, I picked up our rental van and spent the evening preparing the vehicle to be loaded and stuffed with our pre-packed bags of clothing and food supplies. Oh yeah, the kids electronics were not to be forgotten.
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... Stockyards district centers around Main and Exchange Streets, where twice a day they still hold a cattle drive. Nowadays it's mainly for the entertainment of the crowds of tourists, but you can definitely get an idea of what it was like back in the day when cowboys drove their cattle towards the railroad yards, stopping at the Livestock Exchange, not to mention the various bars, hotels, and restaurants.