Super 8 Fort Worth, TX
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This was the roughest part of the trip, not that it was coming to an end but because we had been up for 22 hours. We finally made home at 11:30 pm and as quickly as we could it was into bed. We have been so blessed in many ways and we thank you for allowing us to share them with ...
... have to turn on every one of them and test them out and load various pieces of software on them.
I also have to print out schedules for myself and all the rooms so everyone knows which presentations are in what rooms.
The testing took most of the day.
I had Mexican food for lunch at the hotel.
Sometime after lunch, my co-worker Kasey got to the hotel and she helped make schedules and we put some of the ...
... get any pictures. But here's a map of the flight: After we landed, I went to baggage claim and got my luggage. Then I got in a taxi and we drove 7 miles north to my hotel. It's called the Gaylord Texan. Here's a ...
... light rain to avoid the numerous cloud layers in the area. We were fortunate enough to not have to make too many turns to avoid weather. The NEXRAD radar on the G1000 panel helped us target openings in the rain and we descend into the Fort Worth area into Meachum International immediately outside downtown Fort Worth. We arrived shortly after a Thunderstorm had blown through and there were still some light showers in the area, which we penetrated on a ...
... the time they closed, anyway. Rats!! So Dan took pictures of the planes from outside the fence. He was happy to see the "Dorito," the only A-12 ever built. It was minus its wings (they were beside it), but it was obviously a very unusual-looking airplane.
From the Meacham Airport, we went to the Fort Worth Stockyards and looked through the tourist shops. We found Dan a new leather ...