Residence Inn Fort Worth Alliance/Airport
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... drive through the centre of town. I decided not to purchase the cowboy boots I fell in love with....$6000 is just too far over my boot budget for this year haha! We had lunch at Coopers BBQ - brisket & beans with coleslaw & pickles - delish! We finally got back to the hotel after a 2 hour side trip to Gander ...
Thanks to our friends Diane and Rick Cross, we've had a wonderful few days here at Texas Motor Speedway - the only downers were a couple of very cold nights and the fact that the trailers backed up to us left their huge and noisy generators running all night long, every night! But even that couldn't dampen the fun of time spent with good friends, enjoying good racing, and a win by "my" guy, Jimmie Johnson, #48!
... was pretty neat to go there. The short drive from Parker to our hotel in Fort Worth should have taken about 30 minutes...driving through Dallas is a NIGHTMARE! We got lost 4 separate times & managed to extend our short 'hop' to about 2 hours as we tried out all the different freeways, some in both directions! Finally made it to our hotel, popped to IHOP for dinner & now drinking a well earned ...
... jfk was killed.
From here i had a look at a few shops including Wild bills western place – a place to get cowboy stuff, i got a shirt to wear tonight. From the shops i had a look around the general area then went to the Renascence tower – this is a building that has a big pyramid in front of it, done by the same guy who did the pyramid at the Louvre. Inside i got lunch, walked around, then left.
I then walked back to the hotel. The reason that i went ...
... It is going to stretch, shrink, and obliterate time at its delight. It will challenge and frustrate us. Some days it will hurt. But we will be together. And we will be doing what we have chosen for ourselves. The cathedral of Nature is a mighty vessel, full of experiences and opportunities for the person who would see themselves at its mercy. By risking our lives, we come to realize exactly what those lives mean to us. Enough soapbox. I'm stepping down ...