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... 3 PM so we only had a couple hours to run through the contemporary building. The museum also had a temporary exhibit of dinosaurs. That was a little odd but fun to see. Anyway, the library is modeled after the famous Dublin library's long halls except these halls are bathed in light from the glass walls of the building. We particularly enjoyed seeing the full-sized replica of the Oval Office set up exactly as it had been during ...
Had a lazy morning after our big trip to Texas and back over the last 2 days. Marie washed and dried my clothes while I organised my bags. Eric bought the rest of my Australian coins so he can show the front & back of each coin when he places them and the Aussie notes in a shadow box. Good idea - I might display my coins too when I return home. We left the house early so Marie and ...
... out for dinner (supper) so it was around 9 pm before we ate. No restaurants in Lina June's little town of Byers Texas, so had to drive 1/2 hour to a truck stop, just over the border in Oklahoma- so got to enter another state. Had beautiful nachos with cheese and tomatoes. When we got back to Byers, we continued talking till 1am. I videoed Linda June and Marie telling funny stories about their lives growing up. It was so much fun being ...
... entered all of his winnings in a drawing at the donut shop for a free camper, in which he also wins. After having my first Haskell’s donut I felt I could have beaten Si in the competition. A dozen glazed donut holes cost $1.80 and perfectly melted in my mouth (doubtfully they have yet to even melt from my thighs). The donuts dissolved so quickly I went back for another half dozen. We sat at the countertop where the boys sat in ...
... Mom - we were chatting about our kid's intense medical history, etc. She was encouraged to create a brochure about her son's syndrome, medical history, etc. Believe me, there are times when it's much easier to hand a brochure instead of asking the medical professional, "do you have a week....?" She carries them with her in her bag. I think it's even a good idea to have everywhere we go!