Sleep Inn & Suites Weatherford
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... College Station. Mr. Thorton was in the CIA while Mrs, Thornton was an elementary school principal. While serving in the CIA, Mr. Thornton was asked to be the agent who briefed the retired President Bush on affairs of state. They became friends and he was asked to head up the Bush Foundation in College Station when he retired. What secrets he must know.
Our next stop was to drive to Dallas to ...
... built the first building there in Texas and in the early 1900's and it was used for a number of different things such as mail, doctors surgery, police department, conscience store etc. there is a white X on the floor in the road where JFK was shot, it gave me goose pimples to think he was assassinated in the spot in front of me. I bought a book from the man that was in centre of the investigation and has the best selling book and DVD of the controversy on JFK. ...
... take your breath away. The two large screens stretch from the 20 to the other 20 (159 ft. by 71 ft.) while the two end zone screens are larger than most stadium video boards. They were playing Cowboy videos but hopefully after tomorrow night there will be many Seminole highlights shown.
We returned to the hotel where dinner plans are finalized with Dean Driscoll and her crew. They have invited us to join them. We met Marcy, Sarah and Kevin in ...
... speakers to explain each part of the museum and displays. Sally really enjoyed all the personal photos in frames sitting throughout the museum. I had my picture taken sitting in the President's chair in the Oval Office. Felt natural to me!
At noon we left for our next road trip to Waco and then on to Fort Worth. A quick stop at a Mickey D's for a coke. (59 cents for seniors) Sally had her peanuts while I worked on the blog. Gas at a 7-11 in Hillsboro. In Waco, we ...
The stock yards of Fort Worth are about as stereotypically Texan as you can get. When we arrived the cowboys were leading a cattle walk down the road so the Longhorn cows could be lead to their new patch. Although there was undoubtably a touristy element to this it was good to see some genuine Texan cowboys! They were so cool. We then settled into our ...