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... in life more enjoyable then a nice meal with a good friend while sitting outside enjoying the wonders of nature.
The next day we decided we needed more of the wonders of nature, so we went for a hike at a local state park. It was late May so the wildflowers were at their peak of color and opulence. We had barely hiked 200 meters from the trailhead when I unveiled my camera, poised to take photos of the red, orange, yellow, purple, and green. That plan didn’t ...
... apparently the rio grande valley is full of these resorts for the snow birds. and once again less than half of the price of the places in florida that were similar.
about a half hour away from the island is the laguna Atascosa national refuge. and we saw many birds, but the ones that we have never seen and was absolutely stunning was the green jay and altamira oriole. we knew the whooping cranes were ...
... the weather is so abysmal.
We followed this up by going to the ice cream
social on Sunday. This was the first time for me to attend this, and possibly
the last, as this was the last ice cream social of the year in the park. The
ice cream social is held every Sunday at 5:30 p.m. and we usually have not even
thought of dinner yet alone ice cream. On this particular Sunday we were just
heading home from watching NasCar at Rose’s when we ...
... Mom, I never knew she was a maiden.
What is your birthdate, well I had that one? What was your account balance and
how much did you pay on your last statement? Well, if that is not the most stupid freaking
question in the world, I can’t access my account, how the f should I know that,
and that is what I tell the guy!
Well he decides he had better re-instate my account before I
crawl into Skype, and crawl out of his head phones and rip him a new ...
... that we needed to move our motorhomes as soon as the show was over because we were expecting rain and we already had a lot of mud to contend with. John and I wrestled with his props to get them in the prop truck (Johnny was an IMMENSE help too) – we had figured out how to make his props fit in Hugo, but now that we were on the road, there were more things that needed to fit in there also. We were running later than I wanted to move our home which is ...