Value Place Dallas/ Ft. Worth, Texas (McKinney)
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... city tour was cool too, famous buildings and landmarks, museums, JFK Memorial etc. We lunched in West End which is very arty. There is also a store there selling 1000 pairs of cowboy boots. We found great coffee inside the Post Office in St Paul (where LHO had his post office box and received his sniper rifle by mail order). The old big red courthouse is now big red museum. The log cabin marks the spot of the first ever building in ...
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... family members in their subsistence life.
As we talked, were offered our second soft drink of the day.
As with Laurent and Illuminée, this small group was very pleased and honored that we would come to visit them in their little house, made of sun-dried mud brick, covered in cement-based plaster. With good upkeep, these houses can last 30 years or more, but maintenance is the key. The heavy rains of the season can easily sap the foundation bricks. ...
The smell of char grilled steak wafted through the carpark, beckoning us into the Tex-Mex diner. Yee ha! I really was in Texas now! There was a saddle at the door and peanut kernels crunched under our feet as we entered. A large pail of them was set down for us to chew on before our dinner. What to eat? Should I go for the Combo Appetiser of Boneless Buffalo Wings, Rattlesnake Bites and Tater Skins, AND a ...
... children and what they have accomplished in there life's. So here we are still in McKinney, Tx. working as storage shed managers. Not a bad job, kinda boring at times, but I guess it beats traveling across the country wondering were you will stop next (which is not bad at all). So like I said before this is the last travel entry for the year, I hope everyone had a great Christmas and a awesome year like we did, and ...