Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Mesquite/Dallas At I-30
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This was the roughest part of the trip, not that it was coming to an end but because we had been up for 22 hours. We finally made home at 11:30 pm and as quickly as we could it was into bed. We have been so blessed in many ways and we thank you for allowing us to share them with ...
... of weeks before we can take her in. Ughhh! If you don't know what I am referring to, don't ask. Here's a list of "firsts" for Addy: 1. Met her Grandpa, my dad. 2. Ate Chick-fil-A. She loved it! Evidenced by applause. 3. Went to Target. 4. Went to the mall. 5. Ate some donut holes. 6. Went to Costco. Things she loves: 1. Taking a drive and looking out the ...
A busy day. Linda kindly drove us down to Mesquite.
Funfair, Hispanic fashion parade, great dresses, classic cars and trucks with fantastic paint and chrome jobs and country music sound stage, Paul got asked for id in the beer tent, but she didn't ask me! Not as busy as I thought it would be but that changed in the evening. We popped out for dinner at 4.30 before the rodeo to Cheddars. Place was heaving.Watched the end of the Dallas v San ...
A perfect Saturday! After cleaning the house, we rewarded ourselves with a soul-refreshing trip down the Chaparral Trail on Roy & Karen's bikes (most of it is too rough for our street bikes). Compared to Easter, all the trees were green and the wildflowers (bluebonnets, irises, etc.) were in full bloom.
The trail itself went from paved concrete, to fine gravel, to coarse rocks, to smooth dirt, to rutted dry ...
... but first I have to check off a few other countries from my list!
Next up: Amy in Italy, for an entire four months. Woohoo!
By the way, below are a few other random photos from China that I didn't post in any of the previous entries!