Value Place Harlingen, Texas
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... where you can see about 100 miles in each direction. There were giant thunderstorms building in the distance with colossal grey curtains of water falling to the earth; every once in a while an ominous lightning strike was visible on the horizon. I made it to Oklahoma City at the same exact moment as one of these storms and ran into my hotel just minutes before the drenching rainfall started; it rained so much the hotel pool overflowed (as they say in Malaysia, rain +++)!
... these little puppies, or actually how far it can go.
This one in particular afforded us a few chicken sandwiches, a club house for
dinner, and a all you can eat Taco night at our place with a few of our
friends, and featuring the chicken and a tube of chorizo, which we had also
picked up at the opening of the new Sam’s Club in Harlingen. Then of course the
chicken soup which fed Angie and I, and Pete and Chris and our good friend Roxy.
... and a whole bunch of square heads from
Kitchener. Lothar and Mary Alice would love it, Ziggy Zaggy. Anyway on this day we went out for the river
cruise on the Riverside Dreamer. A one-hour excursion out on the Rio Grande,
east towards Reynosa, passing by some absolutely beautiful clubs parks and
private homes on the Mexican side, then back across the Restaurant and then
west out past The Chimney Rock RV Park. This is a beautiful little boat ride,
marred by ...
... looked around themselves for them, then the woman remembered that she had tucked them away in her cleavage. She fished them out and handed them over without even a hint of embarrassment. The tickets were…very nice and warm.
Today was the debut of our new funnel cakes! We have a brand spanking new trailer that hauls the funnel cake maker and I even heard a rumor we may be serving freshly squeezed lemonade at some point. Hope it’s true. But ...
... Winter Texans with some Lulu Entertainment. Unfortunately, that may have to wait an additional year for us to come back this way. We still have not made it half way through our bucket list of places to see.
I learned that my well-intentioned friends and family that were warning me of all the violence and drug problems in this area really did not know what they were talking about. I was glad to see for myself that the Texas/Mexico border area is not the ...