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In the morning we headed 40mins north/west towards Fort Worth. We planned to go to the Rodeo that night so we wanted to fill in the day. We found signs saying 'Historic Stockyards', not knowing what to expect, we just thought we would see an old school sale yard with wooden fences and races but instead we came to a beautiful little town. The …
... peering periodically thru drawn curtains for any signs of a hockey mask. "Put down that soup ladle," said Deanne, cracking open another bottle of cider. "Relax!" When the sun dropped below the horizon we dressed appropriately and stepped out for a sashay around the park. I kept an eye out for anyone dancing wildly without any music, but it was all good. "Let's walk down to the lake," Deanne suggested. "What's the name of that lake?" ...
... It was nice to get on that last plane. It was dark out, the lights dimmed in the cabin, and I sat next to a woman and her son going home from a tour of the music production school her son is attending in October. We chatted the entire 3 hour flight home. It was nice. Canadians are friendly (and there are so many of them in Phoenix it's almost comical!) and it was cool to be surrounded by so many once again.
We landed early. I got my bags. I met Aidan. It was ...
... the galleries to attract the termites to enter. The box is then meticulously sealed to prevent dryness and the termites stay to perform their work. The matrix is designed to be a termite super food. Once they want they will undoubtedly destroy it in preference over anything else. It contains a slow working toxin that intervenes with their biochemical processes over time, permitting plenty of sharing. As the matrix is eaten it is often renewed, depending on the rate ...
... the termite galleries, if possible in regions with the greatest amount of movement. There is no point in dusting termites in old deserted termite workings, live termites are absolutely mandatory here. With dexterous skill the termite technician gently puffs the termite dust in the termite workings, covering as many termites as possible. He then moves on, puffing dust into as many sites of activity as possible. The small holes ...