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... locked my room key in the room, but luckily had my car keys so I could drive over to the main office to get a new one. The TLF room is on the other side of base. I got to meet up with Jimmy and went to dinner with him and some of his friends! It was so nice to relax in the AC and drink a beer with dinner. Its been so nice to see so many friends and family on this trip, and I get to see one more tomorrow before seeing everyone in Tucson! Toby is ...
... before leaving and knew that we were at the north entrance. I couldn't find the place on the GPS so I put it on something close to it. We ended up on a side street. We were in the general area and eventually found the park. We passed the south entrance and drove what seemed forever to what we thought was the north entrance. We drove in and nothing or no one was there. You could tell that it ...
... of weather. The only bad part of the weekend has been the flights. My flight out to San Angelo was delayed for mechanical reasons. Going back to Des Moines, my flight to Dallas was delayed for over an hour which made me miss my connecting flight. So now I'm hanging out in Dallas for 5 hours in order to catch the last flight out of here for Des Moines. All in all, it was a really good ...
... but no patches, they just don't seem to do them anymore. So that tour of Dallas was over. But it is quite a beautiful city much the size of Sydney city with perhaps less tall skyscrapers though. Wendy had sussed out the correct way to bypass Dallas and head for Fort Worth witch was really bordering on the outskirts of the city anyway so it was just another 40 minutes or so.
When we arrived you could see the difference straight away - no city ...
... of the town and were amazing.
One day we visited the International Lily Pond Garden (see photos) and finished up with a walk on the 4 mile River Walk. The River Walk is along the Concho River and has numerous bronze statues, rock gardens, picnic areas and lots of foilage.
We would definitely visit San Angelo again if we had the opportunity.