Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel
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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 ...
... 160;eggs. 8. Her pacifier. 9. Placing things into boxes or from one container to another. 10. The pups. She loves to share her Cheerios and Puffs with them. 11. The breeze blowing in her face and strands of hair. :) Things she's learned: 1. Sign language for "more." 2. She knows what "all gone" means . . . not to say she likes it. :) 3. Where the snacks and food are. 4. What is in ...
... nice and it's convenient to have all our stuff in one place again. Not to mention that the dogs love the little yard.
Last weekend we decided to check out the Texas State Fair. It's a huge event here, they have a little bit of everything to do and everything you could imagine to eat. They claim that this is where the corn dog was invented. They also have some crazy food like alligator, fried ...
... calves in under 12 seconds, ride a bucking bull and do a barrel run.
In Fort Worth (next town over from Dallas) there is still a cattle drive
twice a day where they drive some Texas Longhorns through the streets.
The cowboy thing is still very strong in Texas – the dance halls place
country music and boy can they DANCE!
... from jetlag. So before 9 pm we all were sound asleep.
- patatoes, peeled and diced en cooked
- Bacon, diced, very well baked, so it is crisp
- Hard boiled eggs
- Spring onions
- Springbeans, diced
- Real mayonaise (even better if you make them fresh yourself)
- a little salt to ...