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... we completed a few crossword puzzles in the usual haphazard manner:
Dad: "7 down, Zorro accessory, six letters, ending in 'ET'?"
- Stoney silence and puzzled faces -
Dad: [Turning to the back of the book] "RUSSET!!"
- More puzzled faces -
Mon: "What's a russet?"
Dad: "It's a Zorro accessory"
- Five minutes later -
Dad: "Oh, my mistake! 5 down 'winter apple' was the russet, Zorro's accessory is a ...
... beautiful, the pond was surrounded by lots of wildflowers (weeds). After sitting in the car and watching the butterflies and dragonflies whist eating my cake I decided it was time to take a closer look, and was very glad I did.
Strolling out in the midday sun, like all good Englishmen do, I was greeted by a carpet of grasshoppers which quickly scurried for cover. The pond itself was alive with life, most notably lots of hummingbird hawkmoths, I counted three and ...
... spakowaliśmy auto i 10 min przed 10 byliśmy już przed niewielkim, ale perfekcyjnie utrzymanym budynkiem z napisem Kingdom Hall. Na parkingu stało kilka van-ów i pickup-ów a my przy szybko rosnącej temperaturze z przyjemnością weszliśmy do klimatyzowanej Sali. Przywitali nas niezwykle sympatyczni bracia z ujmującymi uśmiechami na twarzach. Jakież było ...
... I've heard people talk about online. While I looked around in there, Joe headed next door to the BestBuy tech heaven. I found the prices in the Michaels shop to be on par with our Aussie ones so decided to leave my purchases for better deals found online. We eventually found the Los Amigos restaurant further down the road - hidden behind a fence. We had driven by it twice already! We very much enjoyed the ordered Tostadas and Quesadillas before returning to the ...
Oddometer 1321 miles. Today was a pretty easy day where we logged only 163 miles driving. Got up this morning and headed to Palo Duro State Park. We spent a couple of hours driving around in the park, stopped and did two hikes. Hopefully the attached pictures do some justice to the scenery. It's a very beautiful, desolate piece of land. The Red River carved what is apparently the 2nd largest canyon in the US out of the prairie about a million years ...