Motel 6 Plano/Preston Point
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... American President since JFK has never forgotten.) Afterwards, we would have the best part of several hours to drive South to San Antonio and rendezvous with our 8 o'clock morning flight to The Big Apple. The well rehearsed opening scenes of Act III were about to begin. We held one another's hand, excited. The theatre was hushed. House lights dimmed. The curtain began to raise. On stage, a man in a hockey mask began shaking a spray ...
... to come home to him. I was so looking forward to his hugs and he delivered--as he always does; he gives amazing hugs!--but later he admitted he held back a bit when he greeted me. I wasn't really sure what he meant, or how he could have held back, or why he'd want to. So I asked him. "Why?" And he replied: "Because we'd probably still be there, hugging."
Leaving a place where you've vacationed and enjoyed yourself so very much sucks, but when you have that to come home to...
We bought a truck to carry the camper today! It needs a little work, but seems basically strong. Once we get it travel-ready, we need to go to Arizona to pick up the camper.
In other news today, we also decided to rent out our house (rather than selling), and selected a property management company.
A huge progress day!
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... with a cowhide chair, and countless southwestern knick-knacks. We immediately found our way to a local Mexican restaurant for some grub. We stuffed ourselves with tacos and enchiladas until we could do nothing more than return to the hotel for some rest and cable tv. So, here we lay, on a bed in Sante Fe. Stan called dibs on the cowhide chair, so he gets it unless I call it first for tomorrow night. I will write again after we scope out the town and move toward Taos. The ...