John Newcombe's Tennis Ranch
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We spent a fun day in San Antonio yesterday doing all those interesting tourist things. The weather was beautiful -- hot and sunny, although rain is predicted for the next few days here. We visited the Alamo, which was built in 1724 and played a critical role in the Texas Revolution. The Siege of the Alamo, on March 6, 1836, symbolizes a heroic struggle against overwhelming odds as men ...
Thankfully, Dan was discharged from the hospital in Lake Charles, LA yesterday at noon -- he's very tired, has several new medicines to take, but will be okay. We hurried back to the campground because we had to be out before 2:00 P.M. and we just made it -- the new arrivals were waiting for us to leave. Oh well . . . . . Another bump, though -- we hadn't gotten very far into Texas before we had a flat tire on our trailer. Uurrgghh! That caused ...
... go grocery shopping once we arrive at our destination. So off we went. Driving north on 281 we ran into the usual traffic, but it seemed we were making good time. About Bulverde, I heard Bob say "****" and "we have no brakes" the "low brake fluid light" came on and by the time we could slow down enough to pull off, we could smell the brakes. As luck would have it, we had stopped by a Velaro with a Jiffy Lube type place beside it. We got out, dropped the hood, finally located ...
... Teriyaki chicken. We only needed to buy one plate and we shared. I bought a new wallet from Wandering Cowboys in the River Centre of which I had to narrow it down from about 6 I liked. It was hard but I'm happy I did it. It cost me $42.22. On our way back we had an American chocolate chip cookie which was all gooey like I had when I was deployed. We passed The Alamo and went through all of the tourist parts. It reminded us of Niagra Falls with business like Ripleys ...
... in Italy just didn't make sense. You are required to take a course in the language of the country, and Italian- while beautiful -is of no use to me. I did, however, need to learn French. I had already bought the Rosetta Stone after all, and what better way to learn a language than full immersion for a few months?
Within one fall afternoon, I had decided to be an au pair in France and had already applied to about 20 different families. ...