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... galore may have looked askance as I approached and politely asked the question every mechanic hates, “Can I borrow some tools?” Between the meager wheel chair tool kit we had and the borrowed tools, Paula and I managed to follow most of the directions and assembled the rack with only a dozen or so extra washers and a team building exercise completed with only a bit of temporary emotional damage.
From there we headed off the beaten ...
... for other parts of the world, it also made us realize how much we love and value our home in Houston. We're really excited to be back in Houston (less excited to go back to work on Monday) and we're already thinking about next year's international trip. Not sure exactly where we'll go or what we'll do, but we promise to go somewhere new to experience new things and enjoy more quality time ...
Well, here's a summary of our day at the Rodeo with John & Maxine on Monday, 10 March 2014.
Mase took the day off work and after a relaxing morning we headed for the Rodeo after lunch.
As I mentioned in my earlier blog about our first visit to the Rodeo, it's a huge logistical challenge with tens of thousands of people visiting each day, the parking requirements are massive, transporting people from the parking locations to the event, ...
... own disappointment well as he too expected there to be a lot more. Still, at least both the bikes were flying 5' x 3' Union Flags with Dave also flying a Royal Navy White Ensign and LJ flying a British Army 'crossed swords/crown/lion' flag. Both bikes looked resplendent in their finery, complete with the stickers and poppies still on the bikes. We were sure that the crowds would appreciate us and cheer loudly. We set off at 15:00 on the button and the ...
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