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... s, lows in the high-50's, and it was cloudy with rain 2 nights. Yesterday we drove into Dallas to see long ago friends from Michigan, Arlene and Grant Derderian, who now live in Southlake, TX. Arlene and I worked together at Providence Hospital many years ago. Yesterday we played tourists, with Arlene and Grant as our guides, and spent the afternoon at the Dallas Arboretum -- wow! It was absolutely gorgeous -- ...
... the water and the more she drank, the better she became. During those years, Mineral Wells became a destination for people much like Hot Springs, AR. There is also a very large hotel (currently only a shell), the Baker. It dominates the scenery. After drinking of the water, we drove through Cool and Millsap, TX. Both of these towns are like "Don't blink" towns. By the time we arrived back on I-20, it was getting close to lunch time and we had decided to eat at Natty ...
... see some of the things, but we also missed some of the others. Daddy did seem to enjoy the trains and that was one of the main reasons. At first the trains were not running, but when I expressed that was one of the reasons we were here, they started them. We were the only ones in the gardens. We ate lunch at a local BBQ place, then did some shopping. This morning before going to the gardens, we stopped at the Vietnam Nam Memorial. This time ...
... came and went and the crazy water is still packaged. It's loaded with minerals including lithium. We bought a bottle, drank 'er down and are still left with our mental challenges...
We stayed at Mineral Well State Park. Very nice park. Great sites, biking and pretty good looking water. We bit the ...
Really great tour. Lots of information presented in a fun, conversational way.¥ Our guide told it like it was without trying to pretty it up or make it politically correct.
On the way we passed through Onley. This is the home of the one armed dove hunt. We are not sure if they hunt one-armed doves or the hunt doves one ...