Travel Blogs from Hebbronville
... Daunted, our circus book club's first book of the season. I'm really enjoying it so far. I love memoirs anyway and when they focus on noteworthy women, even better!
Had an up and down day for most of the day...still adjusting to my job and the quirks of living where you work.
Some highlights from the shows:
Before the second show, I told a family that strollers are not allowd in the tent due to fire regulations. They said that ...
... and the band know about the changes before the first show. What an adrenaline rush.
The new-ish gag seemed to go well...a few minor technical problems in the first show which he smoothed out in the second and now we're trying to flesh it out a bit to help him get more laughs. John commented several times how nice it was to not get soaking wet in both shows. :)
The other day, I was waiting at the gate for Teto to call doors and ...
... hoping someone would drop food. They’re friendly enough and beautiful and it breaks my heart a bit to not take them in, let alone pet them (although as soon as John M. and his family got to cookhouse, his 2-ish year old daughter made a beeline for one of them and proceeded to pet the dog’s head as we all laughed and groaned).
We were going to walk to the library, but decided to stay home instead. I found out later from Sue that the internet ...
... now the proud owners of a new toilet that is smaller than our old one and not leaky.
We arrived back on the lot around 1:30pm and we all rushed off to get ready. Thankfully John and I had already reset the props this morning so we weren’t running as late as we could have been. It’s been overcast all day and I hope it continues…there’s a nice breeze and the tent isn’t nearly as stuffy as it could be.
... not. I went to two more banks and was told I needed an account with them in order to wire transfer. Out of desperation, I went a Checks Cashed and although they weren’t able to help me either, they were at least able to get me a money order in the amount of the bill I was trying to pay. We are still trying to figure out paying bills from the road when you’re paid in cash. Not easy at all, but we’re learning.
When we got back to the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed