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My cousin Brie had expressed interest in joining me for the game in Houston so after some messaging and reworking plans we made got things figured out. I opted out of the direct route to Houston from Arlington and instead drove down to San Antonio met with her and shoot over to Houston. After a late night blogging and being screwed up by traveling through a couple time zones, I got a bit of a late start. So instead of being able to visit for a spell ...
Ok - it's crunch time in the Linsenbardt House (and probably the Brei and Kinsey Houses also). What do we still need to buy...... .....to pack ......to turn off ..........to feed, water, fill up, empty, charge, copy, write down.........ahhhhhh! Spending the last 2 days in Kansas City didn't help to get things prepared. But duty calls. I'll head to the office in ...
Started at the Capitol building which governs Texas. Its elaborate design includes big Greek pillars and a dome at 283ft high making it the tallest congress building in the states. We were x rayed for firearms on entry then allowed to explore freely. The free tour guide we were out off by from the loud piercing American tour guides voice. After ascending to the highest balcony in the dome and finding hidden phalic symbols in the floor patterns we walked down the main avenue of ...
...and still packing. This luggage we bought last year was a mistake, the bags can easily hold 70 pounds! 50 pounds hardly fills them up 3/4 of the way and all our stuff slides around...thinking of stuffing mine with blown up zip lock bags. Heather on the other hand keeps making trips from the closet and dropping stuff in both my bag and hers; she's been packing for 2 weeks already, how is there anything still left in her ...
... finally mutton busting.
Barrell racing was a timed (and technique based) event - the horsewoman was to race her horse around three barrels as fast as possible. One horse stumbled to it's knees but picked up and kept going, a couple knocked over barrels but all of them had great times.
Wagon racing was in two heats, with three wagons each drawn by four horses around the arena. It really came down to placement on the track as each group were so fast. ...
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