Americas Best Value Inn Harlingen
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... Well, it was an opportunity to enjoy more wonderful rural scenery including grain silos, cornfields, cows, and farm houses, as well as a plenty of road kill and street pizza, including deer, raccoons, armadillos, squirrels and opossums. There were even bridges over the freeway designed specifically for livestock, labeled with creative names such as “Cow Bridge 154.”
Kansas also appears to be the anti-abortion and Bible-quote billboard capitol of the world. ...
... close enough to catch up to the
leaders and place in the top 5 as there had been in last weeks race in Bristol,
where we had 4 cars in the top 5. Yahoo. By the way, what has happened to Dale?
The first couple of days of our second to last
week were dull and dreary and a little cool, not turning around until Thursday
where the temps once again popped back up to 30 C and the sun found time to
stick its head through the ...
... open and topped with sour
cream, butter, cheese, chives, and at least for me, some of the best beef
brisket and B.BQ. sauce I have ever tasted. Just order one though for 2 people
because you can’t eat it all. I did make a mistake though and ordered stuffed
shrimp with jalapeno and cream cheese, deep-fried. Mouth watering in sound, but
I truly do not like breaded deep fried and I have to remember this when my
stomach takes over from my brains when I ...
... general seems to be a bit more relaxed. A group of folks even took the opportunity to cross the border and visit Mexico for a couple of hours this morning…since John and I don’t have passports, we couldn’t go so that’ll be on the to-do list for next season. We’re only a couple of miles from the border which still blows my mind, having been a Yankee my entire life.
We had some really nice folks come out to the shows today ...
... Another thing that I learned was the number of RV parks in this area along with the number of “winter Texans” that spend time here. Of course, they all need to be entertained, and I quickly learned that there were many, many “entertainers” in this area, and that they have all gorged up all of the venues for the entire season, leaving us very little to pick from. Lulu only performed a couple of gigs, and they were right here, in this little, 60-site, ...